Jessica Mendoza appeared on ESPN’s Golic and Wingo and made interesting comments in regard to the Houston Astros sign stealing scandal. When asked about former Astros pitcher Mike Fiers going public with the accusations, Mendoza said it was “hard to swallow.” SI media columnist Jimmy Traina reacts to Mendoza’s comments by first saying ESPN shouldn’t have had her on air discussing it in the first place since she is an employee of the New York Mets. Also, Traina takes issue with Mendoza’s argument that it’s okay to share that information with his Oakland A’s teammates, but not the general public.
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