Adam LaRoche puts family first in walking away from White Sox

Chicago White Sox slugger Adam LaRoche walked away from a contract that would have paid him $13 million this season because team president Ken Williams told LaRoche that he had to limit the time his 14-year-old son, Drake, spent with the team. According to ESPN, the 36 year old LaRoche announced his retirement last week, hinting at the reason behind his decision with the hashtag #familyfirst in a tweet posted that day. Williams says: The White Sox have always encouraged players to bring their kids into the clubhouse and onto the field. But he said he thought Drake LaRoche was there too much.  Get the rest of the story here, and watch the video below!