–via USA Today
"Ok, it's one thing for Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen to say he would boycott next year's All-Star Game in Phoenix if Arizona's new immigration law goes into effect...
But when San Diego Padres first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, a two-time All-Star threatens a boycott, we're all ears.
Gonzalez told Tom Krasovic of AOL Fanhouse that he will not play in next year's All-Star Game if the law is in affect, and would even like to see Major League teams boycott spring training in Arizona.
"I'll support the Players Association 100%," says Gonzalez, who grew up in Tijuana and Chula Vista, a suburb south of San Diego. "If they leave it up to the players and the law is still there, I'll probably not play in the All-Star Game. Because it's a discriminating law.
"I know it can't be done, but they should take spring training out of (Arizona) if it's possible."" (READ MORE) (VIDEO)