OK I see your point, but the fact of the matter is the guy is affiliated with them, and part of what they control is how his image affects the team. I think it's the same thing as Pacman. What he does off the court really has no impact at all on the team. But, still suspended by the league.
Pacman seemed to be associated with more of a...criminal element...but yes, I do understand your point. However, there's a huge irony to me regarding this situation...I mean...who would have heard this album if the Mets didn't get upset about his contribution? Who would have made the connection that L-Millz was Milledge? Not many...but now it's a story, and more people will know about these explicit lyrics and their association with a Mets player...which is, I can only assume, what the Mets are trying to avoid.
I'm still not sure who cares though...perhaps Milledge's girl (assuming he's being verbally abusive to women in the lyrics)? Who or what would think less of the Mets for Milledge's association with questionable rap lyrics?
I plan on owning my own business someday, and this just isn't something that I'd be upset about. If they brought it to work with them, then yes...