Who’s the Leaker?

At The Hardball Times, Shysterball’s Craig Calcaterra asks a very important question: Who’s the leaker?

The 2003 drug tests administered in Major League Baseball were supposed to be anonymous, so why are names being leaked? It’s wrong, if not illegal. Calcaterra, a lawyer, has some hopes.

I wanna know who’s doing it. Specifically, I want the judge to get good and angry and sic the feds on the matter to suss out who’s doing it. Short of that, I want someone in the investigatory side of the media to take it upon themselves to find out who’s leaking.

While everyone focuses on the steroids bogeyman, the real issue is the wrongful leaking of players who tested positive in 2003. This is bigger than baseball.

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  1. Jake

    July 30, 2009 05:52 PM

    I’m sorta surprised the players union hasn’t been all over this. I thought they would be hiring lawyers left and right when Rodriguez was leaked.

  2. doubleh

    July 30, 2009 07:26 PM

    Do you think this has anything to do with why Fehr stepped down?

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