Bradford William Davis: If Sandy Alderson wants to change baseball’s broken culture, he should start with himself

NEW YORK — Hours after firing Jared Porter for sexually harassing a woman correspondent in 2016, and minutes after exposing her privacy, Sandy Alderson promised he would “change the culture” that allowed Porter to get this far. “Don’t be discouraged,” Alderson said during his Tuesday press conference specifically to the women watching. “Though the incident itself is discouraging. I think the response to it by the organization should be encouraging.” While Alderson is now calling for change, his conduct during the interview perpetuated the problems he wanted to solve. In the same press conferen…

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