From an article in the Philadelphia Enquirer:
After pitching against the Red Sox yesterday, Brett Myers spoke at length for the first time since he was arrested after allegedly striking his wife, Kim, and leaving her crying on a Boston street corner in the wee hours of Friday morning.
Asked what he was feeling, what his state of mind was, and whether he was embarrassed by the situation, the 25-year-old pitcher responded: "I'm sorry it had to get public, that's it. Of course, it's embarrassing."
Thanks to players like Myers, it's easy to see why baseball has always been and still is considered a gentleman's game. Here's to you, Brett Myers. Somewhere (probably jail), Albert Belle is smiling.