Monday, November 10, 2014


Even as Chicago’s pursuit of the 60-year-old manager was ongoing, there were rumblings that the Rays felt the Cubs had tampered with Maddon while he was still under contract in Tampa Bay. On Monday, Joel Sherman of the New York Postreported that those allegations were deemed serious enough by Major League Baseball that they have opened an inquiry into tampering charges against the Cubs.
Here is what Sherman had to say about the situation:
“If it is proven the Cubs tampered, they may have to give the Rays some form of compensation, such as a player, draft picks, and/or money. It is also possible – especially if any Cubs official lied to MLB investigators – there could be suspensions. The same wing that investigated Alex Rodriguez in the Biogenesis matter is looking into these tampering allegations.”
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