Roger McDowell Got Off Easy. . . and I'm Surprise That the Atlanta Braves Haven't Taken More Serious Action
Seriously. . . if you were at work, cursed out customers, made hate-related statements and threatened someone, you'd lose your job.
So Roger McDowell should be thanking Bud Selig, the Braves' administration, the MLB gods and whomever else for the fact that he didn't get fired as pitching coach of the Atlanta Braves. Because if he worked for your company, it's hard to fathom that he wouldn't have lost his job for acting this way.
Read this article and see what you think.
Quite frankly, I'm surprised, and I'm not sure that this is MLB's finest moment. Actually, it is not.