“I don’t particularly understand the whole social media thing,” Williams said. “I understand how it can work for you at times, but I certainly see more of the pitfalls. I don’t get it. I don’t get why people would want to tell all of their business and their whereabouts all the time, but maybe I’m just old-fashioned.”
Williams said he agreed with the league’s punishment and said he knew it was a matter of not letting social media usage get out of control around baseball.
“They’re absolutely right handling it in the fashion they did,” Williams said. “If I’m sitting in Joe Torre’s chair, I’d make the same decision that he just made — and that’s with the mindset that it’s in the best interest of baseball.”
And here’s the list (imagine KW in Colbert’s place!):
UPDATE: More Kenny:
“I think Major League Baseball is there to be the caretakers of the game,” Williams said. “And they have to do things for the whole of the game and this kind of falls into that category where if you let this whole social media thing get out of control – none of know what the boundaries kind of are right now to all of this and how to navigate our way through it.