It was the story heard 'round the world. Who could resist the tale of the father who wanted nothing more than to bring his son to work every day, the boss who said no, and the co-workers who rebelled in support of their colleague?
Those themes are universal, so media outlets from as far away as Australia and New Zealand wanted in on the story. So did People magazine.
For the Chicago White Sox, this is not a parable about child care or male bonding. This is about whether the employees can trust the boss.
If you ask Chris Sale, that would be a big, fat no. Sale, the White Sox ace and a four-time All-Star, blasted executive vice president Ken Williams on Friday, saying...