There's probably nothing quite like running a major league baseball team and waking up to find out one of the guys you're counting on is not whom you thought he was.
One day the Cleveland Indians feel like Fausto Carmona is an erratic but still reasonably young pitcher who might be able to turn around a rocky career.
A few hours later he's a post-30 guy whose best days might not be in the future.
That's the mindset when, in a matter of hours, that player goes from being 28 to 31 and from being Fausto Carmona to Roberto Hernandez Heredia. Suddenly, the perception changes.
Because that's what it was all about for Carmona: Perception. If charges filed against him in the Dominican Republic are accurate, Carmona changed his name and identity way back when, and he did so to secure a major league contract.
The man who shall still be known as Carmona for the short term was arrested Thursday in Santo Domingo after applying for a visa so he could pitch for the Indians this se...