SEATTLE – An illegal termination allegation introduced by former senior executive director of Seattle Mariners claims that she goes to team owners John Stanton and Buck Ferguson and CEO Kevin Mather as far back as March to complain about allegedly discriminatory treatment.
The legal case also says that a number of Latino players have complained to Dr. Lorraine Martin felt about being excluded and the general manager, Jerry Dipoto, had taken midseason action to undermine the progress and condition of star thinker Felix Hernandez.
Martin allegedly, on Wednesday, counters from the team that Martin did not go to anyone with complaints about racial and sex discrimination before making accusative Instagram posts last month which led to his termination.
The Seattle Times reports that the league states that Mather, having heard Martin's complaints about Dipoto, promises to go to the issue and give her the best to see Mather bullying
And the legal case says that Dipoto blames Latino players about destroying the club's club culture in the team and the second half fall left the Mariners out of playoffs for the 17th consecutive season.
The Mariners have denied Martin claims and Major League Baseball is investigating.
The Mariners, in response to Martin's social media positions, said his accusations were "terrible" and "fake" and said he had not done any of the "allegations" until she was released from & # 39; to duties "in October.
The league says, in July, Dipoto and manager Scott Servais took "positive measures to undermine and harm" Hernandez's star football by "mitigating" his mental condition. The Mariners throughout that month had let him know that they were thinking of pulling Hernandez from the rotation and putting them in the bullpen – they did last in early August.
Martin said that Hernandez had asked the Mariners to allow her to accompany the team on a trip to the end of June to New York, Boston and Baltimore, and Dipoto refused. The piker squatted his back.
The legal case seeks to force the team to implement policies that provide equal opportunities for all employees. She also wants compensation for past and future financial losses, as well as full redundancy benefits for a three-year contract that was due to be held by October 2020.