Nov
05

Crasnick: MLB investigating Jay-Z for possible inappropriate gift to Cano

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Via Jerry Crasnick: MLB is investigating whether Jay-Z violated the union’s regulations by giving Robinson Cano a watch valued at $33,900 during his recent birthday party in Germany. Cano hired Jay-Z back in April and any gift in excess of $500 must be disclosed in writing. Obviously agents are strictly prohibited from giving a gift to a player (or the family of a player) who is not their client, but that isn’t an issue here. Jay-Z could be subject to some kind of discipline (fine?) if he is found to be in violation of the regulations, but Robbie is in the clear as far as I know.

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17 Comments»

  1. Dr. Gregory Stevenson DDS says:

    This is so stupid, if he’s the man’s agent then why does it matter? He already has his business it’s not like he’s trying to persuade him to be his client.

    • Travelbug83 says:

      But to stay his client. Sounds like scompliance regulations that would be standard for every big company or institution. Why should mlb be different.

  2. Robinson Tilapia says:

    If you got watch problems, I feel bad for you, son…..

  3. Chris in Maine says:

    MLB would like to thank Scott Boras for bring this to our attention…

  4. Wheels says:

    Rich dudes giving other rich dudes gifts. What’s the point?

  5. Alex says:

    Jay-Z will get millions on comission from Cano’s contract and all he gets Cano is a 33,000 dollar watch? Cheapskate.

  6. dasani says:

    If Cano is worth a 33,000.00 watch, I wonder what Beyoncé is worth ?

  7. Lukaszek says:

    I must say, when I read “inappropriate gift” I envisioned something else

  8. Captain Turbo says:

    If it had been A-Rod instead of Cano, the story would have been on the front page of the Post.

  9. Yankee Fan 1 says:

    Doesn’t MLB have bigger fish to fry? :eyeroll:

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