Castro Speaks, Sort Of

(WSCR) After meeting with Chicago police to discuss a report that he sexually assaulted a woman, Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro released a statement Friday afternoon.

“I personally, and through my attorneys, have fully cooperated with the police in this matter,” the statement from Castro said. “Unfortunately, I cannot address the matter further at this time while the investigation is taking place. I understand that being a member of the Cubs means being a hard worker on the field and a good citizen off the field, and I always want to carry myself in a way that exceeds high expectations.”

Castro will attend the annual Cubs Convention this weekend, though he will not speak to the media on the advice of his attorney.

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  • Zatso

    Of course he won’t comment on the situation. But, can you imagine the conversations at the cubbie convention.

    Great time for Dad to have that man to man, heart to heart talk with Junior.

    The spin doctors will be in high gear


  • Cameltoe Rancher

    He was quoted “Uh….uh…..uh….uh..uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, UH, UH, UH, u- OOOOOOH YEAHHH!!!!!!

    Thanks baby! Let yourself out honey.”

  • Bagwhan

    Get the former Mayor of Wrigleyville, Mark Grace to teach him the right way to treat women after Cubs games. At least his debauchery didnt involve the Police being contacted. So much for the culture change at Wrigley. This kid was taught by Soriano and Aramis. Keep an eye on this loafer and abuser. Whatever happened in his condo aint good.

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