Cole Claybourn of High Sock Sunday discusses the Oscar Taveras jersey patch controversy with ESPN Evansville

ESPN.com’s Paul Lukas caused a bit of controversy with an article in which he contemplated the merits of a memorial jersey patch for the late Oscar Taveras.

Taveras, a rising MLB star and the likely future cornerstone of the Cardinals going forward was killed, along with his 18-year-old girlfriend, in a car crash in the Dominican Republic in late October shortly after the season ended. Taveras was drunk – more than five times the legal limit – at the time of the crash.

Because of this, some question whether the Cardinals should honor and remember him with a patch on their jerseys this upcoming season. ESPN Evansville asked me to come on and talk about this issue. You can listen to the full interview below.

 

Follow Cole Claybourn on Twitter at @HighSock_Sunday or reach him by email at highsocksunday@gmail.com

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