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...”We’re aware of it,” Dodgers General Manager Ned Colletti said. “We take it seriously. We’ll be handling discipline internally.”
In reply to a question Colletti continued, "No, no, as is typical in these cases involving athletes, we, the team, don't require proof of guilt. We just assume the poor bastard did it--after all, why else would he have been arrested?--and proceed from there.
After all, your employer doesn't fine you for getting speeding tickets, right?"
...”We’re aware of it,” Dodgers General Manager Ned Colletti said.
“We take it seriously."
"We’ll be handling discipline internally.”
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