The San Diego Padres hid medical information of their players from the Major League Baseball database, according to ESPN's Buster Olney.Can you believe that somebody would conceal health information for personal gain? It's unseemly.
The Padres could face discipline after team officials "instructed their organization's athletic trainers to maintain two distinct files of medical information on their players — one for industry consumption and the other for the team's internal use," Olney reported.
The different medical files were a way for the Padres to hide information about players' health from potential trade partners.
Thursday, September 15, 2016
MassLive: "San Diego 'hid players' medical information'."