Fox Sports MLB reporter crosses the line, suggests free agents might be affected by Tony LaRussa's opinion on Arizona law
- It is only a copy of existing federal law which is not being enforced. If everyone Latin or otherwise carries ID, they'll have absolutely no problem. The Milwaukee Brewers have said they're not worried at all about it, started supplying players with ID three years ago. Is Fox Sports' MLB reporter not aware of this?
- Does Fox Sports think Rape Trees are preferable to merely asking someone for ID? If so, why? Why is its reporting so one-sided and seeking to fan flames of hatred and division where such would otherwise not exist?
- "As most everyone in St. Louis knows, Pujols will be eligible for free agency after next season. It would be absurd to suggest that La Russa’s remarks will have an impact on whether Pujols re-signs with the team....
But what about free agents – players who don’t know La Russa as well? Their opinion of La Russa is based on what they hear from others in the game, along with what they read or see through the media.
- All it takes is one teammate-to-teammate remark – “You know, La Russa supports that Arizona law” – and a player’s perception of La Russa becomes something very different from what the Cardinals want it to be.
La Russa is a very smart man. He should have realized the weight of what he said on Tuesday. But rather than taking the humble approach – backpedal like hell, as a courtesy to his Latino players – he merely clarified his explanation.
- Major League Baseball hasn’t imposed a gag order on managers or general managers when it comes to this issue, sources say, but it’s clearly an uncomfortable subject for commissioner Bud
In May, Selig steered around a question about whether the 2011 All-Star
- via American Thinker, 7/3, "Fox Sports pitches high and inside"
- I will avoid Fox Sports advertisers from this point on. ed.