Author Topic: Shouldn't someone on the Nats staff have known the interference rules?  (Read 2134 times)

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Offline nfotiu

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Boras has stated that he was not involved in these discussions and had no input. He says that he is there to represent the players and that getting involved in the team's relationship with or choice of manager would be a huge conflict of interest.  I tend to take his word on this one, because he stands to lose a lot if his clients think he's getting involved in matters where he has no place.

The media relations for Stras-or-Tanner Game 4 was a crapshow but honestly I think fans and the media have some funny expectations when it comes to medical information and I wouldn't blame any team for just saying nothing at all about a player's health.
Saying nothing at all would have been so much better.