Los Angeles Angels want to toss lawsuit of fired employee

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The Los Angeles Angels and Major League Baseball moved Monday to dismiss a lawsuit by former Angels visiting clubhouse attendant Brian "Bubba" cheap jerseys nike

Harkins was fired March 5 after an internal investigation confirmed suspicions that he was providing sticky ball-doctoring substances to opposing pitchers. According to the Los Angeles Times, Harkins filed a lawsuit Aug. 28, alleging defamation against the Angels and MLB, saying he "never distributed an illegal substance" and was made a "public scapegoat."6

According to the MLB investigation, Harkins provided pitchers with a substance that consisted of a melted-down pine-tar solution and rosin, a source told ESPN in March. The Angels believe Harkins acted alone, and they did not fire any other clubhouse attendants for this nike jerseys nfl

Harkins joined the Angels as a bat boy in 1981 and returned to the organization as a clubhouse manager in 1986, taking over the visiting clubhouse four years later. He was named visiting clubhouse manager of the year by MLB equipment managers in 2005.

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