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Roberto Alomar placed on ineligible list by MLB

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There are things I don’t want to write about.

Shi Davidi tells us that MLB has placed Roberto Alomar on the ineligible list after investigating sexual misconduct allegations.

The discipline comes after an external law firm hired by MLB investigated the allegation and presented its findings to commissioner Rob Manfred, who determined a violation of league policies occurred.

He has been removed as a consultant to the MLB in Puerto Rico and can not work for the MLB or any team in the MLB or the minors in any capacity.

I am glad that MLB is starting to take these things seriously (though I can’t understand why their investigation into Mickey Callaway is taking so long).

They haven’t released any information on the allegation. An announcement will be made later today.

We will hear about this sort of thing more and more now that the people in power are starting to take these sorts of allegations more seriously.

We’ll update as information comes out.

Update:

That was quick.

More Updates:

Alomar released a statement.

I hate the ‘with the current social climate’. Doing wrong isn’t ok because people ignored these things in the past.

One More Update:

The lawyer for the person who brought forward allegations against Alomar issued a statement: