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“Schilling didn’t stand up enough [to investigators] for what he said happened,”
Fox investigates henhouse incident - concludes nothing happened.
If someone's saying it didn't happen, I am not sure why, since the two people in the discussion are gone -- I'm retired and the other person was fired last year, I think.
Monday, February 11, 2013
Edes: Jonathan Papelbon used Toradol ...
Former Boston Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon, who was with the team from 2005-11, said Saturday that he and numerous other Red Sox players were regularly injected with Toradol, a legal anti-inflammatory drug whose use has become increasingly controversial in sports [...]
A Red Sox official, speaking on background Saturday, described Toradol as a legal drug with clear pain-management benefits, and acknowledged its widespread use in baseball, including by Red Sox pitchers before their starts. But he added that the club is in the midst of reviewing its policy to ensure players' safety.
"A club's policy is related to how it's using Toradol, not whether it would use it," he said.
The official said the club was in full compliance last year with the legal stipulation that only a doctor inject the medication.
and you ostriched when scrutinized, as usual.
Investigators interviewed one witness to the conversation, who said he did not think in any way that [Reinold] said, 'Hey, this is something you should consider
Or, essentially: STFU and stop smearing peoples' reputations if you aren't willing to provide details.
Lets say you are a small business owner. One of your employees offers to sell drugs to your most valuable and trusted employee. Your trusted guy reports this to you in confidence. Calling the cops to investigate is pointless, so if you believe your trusted employee, you simply fire the drug pushing employee since he is an employee at will and all you have to do is give some severance. You do this to prevent this employee from corrupting your other staff and possibly impact their performance and the companies business.
When Theo went the MLB investigation route (to cover the teams behind no doubt)
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