According to a report, Wood was accused of filming players in the shower and was confronted by one player who discovered a camera.
Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan reports several players Wood represents have stayed with him during the offseason.
Wood's client list reportedly included Red Sox outfielder Andrew Benintendi, Rays pitcher Jake Odorizzi, Mariners pitcher David Phelps and Mets infielder Matt Reynolds. He added that he was disappointed there exists those who chose to spread harmful and irresponsible rumors. The New York Daily News reported that he has been suspended by the union pending that inquiry.
A baseball agent, based in St. Louis and former representative of multiple St. Louis-native players, has been fired by his agency for allegedly recording players showering in his St. Louis-area home.
The players' union has not released a statement, but CSE confirmed Wednesday that it had fired Wood as president of its baseball division.
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The chief minister also ordered an inquiry into the incident and paid a visit to the minor's house to express his condolence. A large number of people including politicians and religious scholars attended the funeral prayers.
"For over 32 years, CSE Talent has prided itself on our moral and ethical standards and have built a solid reputation within the industry", Martoe said.
A truly freakish story has come to light regarding Major League Baseball agent Jason Wood.
Jason Wood, an Major League Baseball agent, was sacked by CSE Talent on Wednesday for not upholding the company's "moral and ethical" standards, the agency announced.
"The allegations that have surfaced today are absurd and untrue", Wood said in a text to Yahoo!
Martoe's statement concluded by saying that unfortunately CSE Talent had aligned itself with an individual who did not uphold its standards, and it was therefore necessary for the company to end with cause Mr.