And here we thought the dumbest thing to happen since Melky tested positive for taking testosterone was that Melky and his crew had cooked up a fake website to try to prove his innocence. Pshaw. Melky has not been charged with a crime, but that's of no concern to ESPN baseball analyst/sheriff Rick Sutcliffe, who went on Dave Rothenberg's show on ESPN radio in New York this afternoon to say some ignorant crap:

"You know, it makes you mad. First of all, this guy is over here in the United States on a working visa. He broke the law. What's he doing still here? I mean, forget the 50-game suspension from baseball and whether he can come back if they make the players [sic] or not. Why's he still here? That visa should be taken away, and he should not be allowed to play over here again, or work over here again, in my opinion."

Rothenberg moves right on to ask about the fake website. The clip is above, with a more complete recording below. Sutcliffe's cereal-box immigration law lecture begins at the 0:59 mark.

[Latino Rebels]