1. Alomar resigns from Cooperstown board  TSN
  2. Alomar resigns from Hall of Fame board, plaque to remain on display  Sportsnet.ca
  3. Roberto Alomar Resigns From Hall of Fame Board Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegation  Sports Illustrated
  4. Alomar resigns from Hall of Fame board of directors  Toronto Sun
  5. David Samson says Roberto Alomar's statement following lifetime ban was ill-advised and insensitive  CBS Sports
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The National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY confirmed on Monday that Roberto Alomar has resigned from its board of directors. Board chairman Jane Forbes Clark announced the board accepted Alomar's letter of resignation that was submitted on Saturday.

Roberto Alomar resigns from Baseball Hall of Fame board of directors - TSN.ca

Roberto Alomar has resigned from the board of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in the wake of an investigation into an alleged sexual misconduct involving the former Toronto Blue Jays second baseman.Roberto Alomar has resigned from the board of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in the wake of an investigation into an alleged sexual misconduct involving the former Toronto Blue Jays second baseman.

Alomar resigns from Hall of Fame board, plaque to remain on display

Alomar was fired as a consultant with MLB and lost his position as a special assistant with the Blue Jays.Alomar was fired as a consultant with MLB and lost his position as a special assistant with the Blue Jays.

Roberto Alomar resigns from Baseball Hall of Fame Board - Sports Illustrated

The National Baseball Hall of Fame said on Monday that Roberto Alomar, who was fired last week as a consultant by Major League Baseball after an investigation…

Alomar resigns from Hall of Fame board of directors | Toronto Sun

Alomar resigns from Hall of Fame board of directors | Toronto Sun

Samson breaks down Alomar's statement, giving his opinions and advice on what he should've doneSamson breaks down Alomar's statement, giving his opinions and advice on what he should've done

David Samson says Roberto Alomar's statement following lifetime ban was ill-advised and insensitive - CBSSports.com

National Baseball Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar played for the New York Mets in 2002 and 2003.

MLB rumors: Disgraced ex-Mets infielder Roberto Alomar resigns from Hall of Fame’s Board of Directors - nj.com

Baseball Hall of Fame Chairman Jane Forbes Clark says the museum has accepted Roberto Alomar’s resignation from its...Baseball Hall of Fame Chairman Jane Forbes Clark says the museum has accepted Roberto Alomar’s resignation from its...

Hall of Fame accepts Alomar's resignation from board

Orioles Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar was placed on baseball’s ineligible list Friday and lost a consultant job in MLB’s front office after the league investigated a 2014 sexual misconduct allegation from a baseball employee. But the Orioles have not responded to multiple requests for comment regarding his status with the Orioles Hall of Fame.Orioles Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar was placed on baseball’s ineligible list Friday and lost a consultant job in MLB’s front office after the league investigated a 2014 sexual misconduct allegation from a baseball employee. But the Orioles have not responded to multiple requests for comment regarding his status with the Orioles Hall of Fame.

Roberto Alomar’s status in Orioles Hall of Fame unclear after MLB, Blue Jays cut ties following sexual misconduct investigation - Baltimore Sun

The Baseball Hall of Fame has accepted Roberto Alomar's resignation from the board of directors in the wake of an allegation of sexual misconduct.The Baseball Hall of Fame has accepted Roberto Alomar's resignation from the board of directors in the wake of an allegation of sexual misconduct.

Baseball Hall of Fame accepts Roberto Alomar's resignation from board of directors

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Roberto Alomar has resigned from the board of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in the wake of an investigation into an alleged sexual misconduct involving the former Toronto Blue Jays second baseman. The Hall of Fame said in a statement Monday that the board accepted Alomar's letter of resignation from the board. Alomar submitted the letter Saturday, according to the release. Alomar, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011, will still have his plaque on display there. The Blue Jays severed ties with Alomar and Major League Baseball fired him as a special consultant as a result of the findings of the investigation. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred announced Friday that Alomar had been terminated from his consultant position and placed on the league's ineligible list following the results of the independent investigation. Manfred said a baseball industry employee reported an incident earlier this year involving Alomar from 2014. Soon after MLB made its decision public, the Blue Jays announced they were cutting ties with Alomar, who was an integral part of Toronto's back-to-back World Series titles in 1992 and '93. The Blue Jays said Alomar's name will be removed from the Level of Excellence at Rogers Centre and a banner at Rogers Centre commemorating his retired No. 12 and Hall of Fame induction will be taken down. He has also been terminated as special assistant to the team. The allegation has not been tested in court, and a lawyer for the woman who reported the incident said her client has no plans to sue Alomar or take additional action. Alomar said he was "disappointed, surprised and upset" with MLB's decision. This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 3, 2021. The Canadian PressCOOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Roberto Alomar has resigned from the board of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in the wake of an investigation into an alleged sexual misconduct involving the former Toronto Blue Jays second baseman. The Hall of Fame said in a statement Monday that the board accepted Alomar's letter of resignation from the board. Alomar submitted the letter Saturday, according to the release. Alomar, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011, will still have his plaque on display there. The Blue Jays severed ties with Alomar and Major League Baseball fired him as a special consultant as a result of the findings of the investigation. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred announced Friday that Alomar had been terminated from his consultant position and placed on the league's ineligible list following the results of the independent investigation. Manfred said a baseball industry employee reported an incident earlier this year involving Alomar from 2014. Soon after MLB made its decision public, the Blue Jays announced they were cutting ties with Alomar, who was an integral part of Toronto's back-to-back World Series titles in 1992 and '93. The Blue Jays said Alomar's name will be removed from the Level of Excellence at Rogers Centre and a banner at Rogers Centre commemorating his retired No. 12 and Hall of Fame induction will be taken down. He has also been terminated as special assistant to the team. The allegation has not been tested in court, and a lawyer for the woman who reported the incident said her client has no plans to sue Alomar or take additional action. Alomar said he was "disappointed, surprised and upset" with MLB's decision. This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 3, 2021. The Canadian Press

Alomar resigns from Hall of Fame board in wake of sexual misconduct investigation

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