Now I remember a former boss I had when I worked for a RADIO station who insisted his employees wear suits and ties. Once in the early 70's when neck scarves were in vogue, I came in to work wearing one. The boss turned red as he told me to go home and get a necktie on. I was expecting that and pulled one out of my pocket as I said, "right here, boss."
Sutton and his color man on the broadcasts, former baseball star Mark Grace, usually are attired the same way.
Now, I don't know about you but I think they look pretty sharp.
But the team brasshats (there's another way to describe them by just taking the br off the front of that word) reportedly feel that Sutton and Grace should wear polo shirts with the team logo on them. Which they do some times.
If the story is to be believed, "some times" isn't good enough for the bosses. So . . . why wasn't Grace suspended, too? Like I said, this is a very strange story.
Meantime, here's a picture of Sutton with his dad, Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton. Both wearing suits.