Murray Chass has an interesting piece in this morning's New York Times. In it, he reports there are serious concerns throughout the executive offices that the Red Sox dealt in the...gray areas of ethical behavior in their dealings with Scott Boras and his client, J.D. Drew.
I wouldn't be surprised as I see Scott Boras as the baseball equivalent of a shady lawyer. has he ever had a client who didn't have multiple clubs in pursuit of each and every one of his clients?
Not that his lying excuses the Red Sox's actions as they would have willingly participated in the deceptive practices. Do we need to get into the business practices of investment bankers?