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|Feb. 23, 2009|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: Was it stupidity or lack of moral values??
I am the one who found the glove in the dug out this past weekend. I would like to explain what happened...when we took over the dugout I pulled one of my three gloves out of my bag and started to go out onto the field to warm up. When I came back into the dugout from warming up I saw the glove laying on the concrete next to my bag. I thought it was again one of the three gloves I always carry with me and that it had fallen out of my bag when I grabbed the glove that I was going to use. I should have confirmed that it was my glove, but in the stress of the moment and our game just getting ready to start I threw the glove in my bag and proceeded to play the game. Was it stupidity? I guess if that's what you want to call it. I call it the fact I truly thought it was my glove I have one just like it. If my intent was to truly steal someone's glove why would I have returned it and caused all this drama. The only error I made was not confirming it was my glove and assuming it was!
JONCON I would like to apologize again for what happened this weekend. I did not steal your glove! I thought my glove which looks just like yours fell out of my bag when I pulled out the glove that I was going to use. If you would like me to send you a picture of my glove to prove that I have one just like it I can do that.
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