MLB Breaking News, former Toronto Blue Jays infielder, and Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar have been put on the Ineligible list by MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred, he was also released from the Toronto Blue Jays organization.
MLB Breaking News: Toronto Blue Jays Severing Ties
Roberto Alomar has violated MLB’s policies following an investigation of Sexual Misconduct from an incident in 2014. The conclusion of the investigation left MLB and the Toronto Blue Jays no choice, the penalties towards Alomar are effective immediately.
The Toronto Blue Jays organization has issued a statement regarding the issue and has decided to sever all ties with Roberto Alomar, which includes removing his banner and name from the Level of Excellence in the Rogers Center. The complaint was filed against Roberto Alomar as a workplace complaint as Alomar was working for the Blue Jays organization at the time of the incident.
Roberto Alomar Issues Statement
Roberto Alomar stated the MLB breaking news and the statements from the Blue Jays and MLB’s regarding both parties’ decisions. He claims his innocence and hopes that there will be a chance for the allegations to be heard and addressed directly in the proper venue.
Roberto Alomar spent five seasons as a Toronto Blue Jays infielder and was a major part of the back-to-back World Series titles the Blue Jays won in 1992 and 1993. The now 53-year-old infielder played 17 seasons in MLB, he was a 12-time All-star, 10-time Golden Glover, four-time silver slugger, and ALCS MVP. There has been no word with regards to Roberto Alomar’s Hall of Fame plaque and status in Coopertown.
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