St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Josh Hancock was drunk at the time of his fatal accident, and marijuana was found in the sport utility vehicle he was driving.
Police Chief Joe Mokwa also said at a news conference Friday that the 29-year-old Hancock was speaking on a cell phone at about the time of the crash early Sunday on Interstate 64 in St. Louis.
If the MEDIA, Cardinals management, Bud Selig, and St. Louis fans took serious action against Tony LaRussa in spring, it is very likely that Josh Hancock would not have been killed driving while intoxicated.
Granted, Hancock already lived that lifestyle, however if LaRussa had been punished, perhaps…perhaps…Hancock would not have been so reckless.
If the MEDIA looked down upon LaRussa instead of defending him…if the Cardinals suspended him…if LaRussa had spoken against it or actually managed the off-the-field behavior of his players, Hancock would still be alive.
Amazing how so much craziness happens to players that work for LaRussa. It begs the question: how could LaRussa be a good example or lecture his players about reckless behavior, when he is a drunkard who could have killed himself, innocent pedestrians, and animals?
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