Orioles Great Eddie Murray’s Personal Finance Skills Are As Bad As Every Other Athlete’s

Eddie Murray of the Baltimore Orioles poses for a portrait before a game at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.
Say it ain't so, Eddie. Photo: Rich Pilling/MLB/Getty Images

Exhibit G:

Baseball Hall of Famer Eddie Murray agreed to pay $358,151 to resolve U.S. regulatory claims that he reaped illegal profits from an insider-trading scheme involving his former Baltimore Orioles teammate Doug DeCinces.

Previously: Exhibits A, B, C, D, E, and F.

Verdict: Professional athletes and coaches should not be allowed to attempt fancy money things.