While in spring training with the Miami Marlins this year, Mat Latos reflected on his three seasons with the Cincinnati Reds.
In an interview with a national website, he said their clubhouse turned into a "circus" after the departures of veterans Scott Rolen and Bronson Arroyo. Without naming names, he said the team's closer (whose name is Aroldis Chapman) slept through the first seven innings of games. He accused the team's medical staff of rushing him back from a knee operation.
The Reds were furious. Almost six months later, they made him pay.
Pitching Thursday night for the Dodgers, Latos was battered by his former team, which forced him out of the game...