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.
Alex Cora still doesn’t understand what’s wrong with cheating.
Three items that I probably should have a full post on, if I had time…
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.”