Last week, Tampa Bay Rays’ pitcher Matt Bush was involved in a DUI hit and run with a motorcyclist. The man on the motorcycle, 72-year-old Tony Tufano, remains in the hospital in a medically-induced coma. Bush remains in jail facing seven charges – and it could obviously get worse. The fact that the Rays are done with Bush and he may never get another chance at the majors is the least of his worries. Bush was driving the Dodge Durango of Rays minor-leaguer Brandon Guyer the night of the accident.
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Tunsil said he doesn’t want to pursue charges, but it’s likely a case ripe for investigation.
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Tom Telesco and the San Diego Chargers just aren’t good at the NFL Draft.
How will the NCAA respond?
Cornerback for Coastal Carolina, after transferring from his father’s school in Miami.
Talking sports media going at it as hard as we can.
An imperfect victim perhaps not equipped to handle such a moment, but a victim nonetheless.