As you've probably heard by now, Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Fausto Carmona was arrested in the Dominican Republic for using a false identity. It was revealed that he's actually 31 years old, not 28, and his real name is Roberto Hernandez Heredia. Let's take a look at some of the reactions from around the web...
What, Exactly, Do We Think We're Doing? - Let's Go Tribe
"I want to simply point out what a shockingly cold bath this is for me, as it surfaces a lot of the strange feelings that come with having been lucky enough to be born on this continent, in this country, at this time in the world's history, to a certain kind of family."
Fausto Carmona arrested in Dominican Republic for using false identity | HardballTalk
"Jorge Arangure of ESPN.com passes along word from reporter Yancen Pujols that Indians right-hander Fausto Carmona was arrested in the Dominican Republic and is being charged with using a false identity."
Fausto Carmona - Roberto Hernandez Heredia - 31, Not 28 - Baseball Nation
"Obviously, that damages his stock as a pitcher. 28 is still young enough to make adjustments. By 31, pitchers usually aren't getting better. The Indians hold a $9 million club option for 2013 that they're now more likely to decline than they used to be."
It's pronounced "Lajaway" | Well, That Could Put a Dent in the Starting Rotation
"Now in addition to finding additional offense, the Indians need to decide if they want to try and add another starter, or if they want to head to camp with internal options competing for the fifth spot. "