Well, no matter how you stand on it, can we at least agree that this Arizona immigration law has created a messy situation for baseball? On Friday, the Players Association came out against the measure, which ramps up scrutiny of foreign-born people in the state.
Major League Baseball itself hasn't commented on it, and though the fighter in you might want immediate boycotts, it's probably the smart play for MLB to stand on the sidelines as amendments to the law are discussed. Once the dust clears, then baseball will examine the law and see what, if anything, needs to be done.
Of the major sports organizations, MLB has the most, by far, invested in Arizona, from 15 teams holding spring training there to the existence of the Arizona Fall League, from an actual Arizona MLB office existing to the scheduling of the 2011 All-Star Game at the Diamondbacks' Chase Field.