Jarred Cosart found himself in some hot water this past week after direct messages between Cosart and a presumed bookie were posted on the internet. The message indicated that Cosart was chomping at the bit to make bets. Cosart responded to his DMs coming to light by saying his twitter was hacked and deleting his account entirely.
Major League Baseball has investigated the incident, finding that Cosart did place bets on sports but did not find that he bet on baseball.
MLB's statement on Jarred Cosart gambling investigation: pic.twitter.com/MdNcO56qqm— Evan Drellich (@EvanDrellich) April 3, 2015
Cosart's statement following the MLB's announcement.
MLBPA releases Jarred Cosart statement following gambling investigation: pic.twitter.com/jzQQuyLGxy— Evan Drellich (@EvanDrellich) April 3, 2015
What have we learned today kids? If you put something on the internet, it will probably find the light of day. Because of this bookie, we are now deprived of the majesty that is Jared Cosart's twitter feed. At least,