The Los Angeles Dodgers have filled their recently vacant role for Vice President of Player Conduct, a role unique to the team and created to ‘keep players’ safe in the perils of LA.’ The team has hired Whitey Bulger, former mob representative and FBI informant, for the recently established gig.
Bulger’s camp did not care to comment on the hire or his past troubles with the law.
The LA Dodgers released a brief statement congratulating Bulger on the role:
“We are incredibly fortunate and thankful to hire a level-headed, saint-like individual like Whitey to lead our Department of Player Conduct. We trust that our 25-man roster will stay in their lane this season.”
More to come.