Major League Baseball agent Jason Wood fired; accused of filming clients showering

Major League Baseball agent Jason Wood fired; accused of filming clients showering

Major League Baseball agent Jason Wood fired; accused of filming clients showering

So what was Wood's alleged failing?

FanRag Sports reported a player who was a houseguest of the agent spotted the camera in the shower. After that alarming discovery he confronted the agent and fired him on the spot.

Jason Wood, the president of baseball for agency Career Sports Entertainment (CSE), was sacked by the company on Wednesday evening amid allegations he filmed a player in the shower at his St. Louis home.

Following the scandal, some players have reportedly already terminated their cooperation with CSE Talent and have hired new agencies to represent their interests.

The MLB Players Association confirmed on Wednesday that they have suspended Wood pending the outcome of an investigation. "We take pride in working with people who represent these values", said Danny Martoe, President of CSE Talent.

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Jason Wood, the president of baseball at Career Sports Entertainment Talent, was nabbed after a player taking a shower at his home discovered a camera, ESPN reported.

Major leaguers Andrew Benintendi, Jake Odorizzi, David Phelps, and more ballplayers are going to have to find a new agent.

A player agent who was sacked for allegedly using a hidden camera to record at least one client showering in his house called the claims "absurd and untrue".

It continued by saying that over the last 13 years he has worked to build his agency into a success through hard work and integrity.

Jason Wood was sacked Wednesday from his position as president of baseball for Career Sports Entertainment, which specializes in representing athletes and sports media personalities. He added that he was disappointed there exists those who chose to spread harmful and irresponsible rumors.

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