MLB Agent Under Investigation After Allegedly Filming Players In The Shower

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A former MLB agent is being accused of planting a hidden camera inside his home and secretly recording players in the shower.

CBS Sports reports that Jason Wood has been fired from his agency.

Reports indicate that he has also been suspended by the Major League Baseball Players Association.

Robert Murray of FanRag Sports details his firing:

Baseball agent Jason Wood is being investigated by the player’s union for allegedly filming numerous clients while they were using his shower, seven sources tell FanRag Sports.

Recently, a player who chose not be identified, was using a shower at Wood’s home and found a camera, sources say. The player confronted Wood, then followed by firing him immediately, sources say.

The investigation is ongoing.

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