Brewers Boyer Went Undercover in Southeast Asia to Rescue Underage Sex Slaves, ESPN reports

The Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Blaine Boyer spent 10 days in November in Southeast Asian brothels doing undercover work, according to ESPN.

ESPN interviewed Adam LaRoche who was on the trip with Boyer.

The two wore hidden cameras to help to rescue underage sex slaves.

Adam LaRoche retired from the Chicago White Sox in March after he was told his son would not be allowed in the club house or at the field.

In the interview with ESPN, LaRoche said he consulted with Boyer about the decision to retire. 

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