Sep 1, 2010, 10:00 AM EST
“He apparently lacks a basic level of professional integrity that hundreds of millions of people have in their jobs.”
– Buster Olney’s view of Manny Ramirez, voiced in the course of making the case for Ramirez’s 2011 employer to give him a really, really low base salary with heavy incentives.
I think this is a massive, massive overstatement. Have you seen the unemployment numbers? There is no way “hundreds of millions of people” have jobs anymore.
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