The Seattle Mariners were accused of racism by former director of high performance, Dr. Lorena Martin, in November.

Major League Baseball has investigated those claims and revealed that it found “credible evidence” to support Dr. Martin’s claims, per a league-issued press release:

The firm did not uncover credible evidence that the Mariners, or any of its employees, violated Major League Baseball’s Workplace Code of Conduct, or applicable anti-discrimination law, in the treatment of Dr. Martin or the termination of her employment.  The investigation also concluded that there is no credible evidence to support Dr. Martin’s claim that Mariners’ employees, including Jerry Dipoto, Scott Servais, or Andy McKay, made any of the comments attributed to them in her public statement or subsequent lawsuit.

MLB News

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