When it comes to bad behavior, the cover-up is generally worse than the crime, but in professional baseball, the cover-up is key. Some rules that are so routinely broken that all anyone really cares about is that you cover your tracks. That’s a lesson Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda learned the hard way last night at Fenway Park.
- Chris Collins is a former anchor at Comcast Sports Net.
- Saul Wisnia is a sports blogger and author of the forthcoming book “Miracle at Fenway."