Jay Z gave Robinson Cano an expensive watch for his birthday (#ScorpioSeason) and it cost 33K, the salary of an entry level job -if you're lucky.
The problem with that the gift is that it violates a sports rule and the Major League Baseball Players Association is investigating the case.
This is the details section of the rule, Jay Z broke...
Section 5(B)(5)(a): “No Player Agent or Applicant shall provide, cause to be provided or promise to provide, any money or any other thing of value to any player, or any person related to or associated with such player, the purpose of which is to induce or encourage such player to use or continue to use any person’s or firm’s services as a Player Agent, Representative, or Draft Advisor.”
If Jay Z is found guilty, he'll have an "unspecified discipline."
Dang, with a watch like that why even bother rocking a knockoff. Stuntin'
SALUTE: CBS News
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