Based on Carlos Correa’s statements, he is approximately as qualified to ply my trade as I am to ply his.
We now know that one of the greatest pitchers who ever took the mound understands legal ethics better than a lot of lawyers.
As a lifetime Red Sox fan, however, this hurts. A lot.
This developing ethics story comes out of baseball, and if you skip the baseball ethics stories, this one shows why that is a mistake.
Interesting thoughts from that terrible Justice Thomas….
‘I have a lot of problems with these people!’
Bringing Alex Cora back as manager is a symbolic organizational rejection of ethics by the Boston Red Sox organization.
I’m going to name this new addition to the Ethics Alarms rationalizations list “The Alex Cora Delusion.”
Alex Cora just doesn’t get it. Maybe he will before it’s too late.
“Verrrry interesting,” as Arte Johnson used to say..