The Adam LaRoche saga got extra legs on Tuesday thanks to an interview with Good Morning America.
In a recorded interview with T.J. Holmes, LaRoche talked about his decision to retire. There wasn't much in the way of new information, but LaRoche did stand by his decision to retire.
"I haven't lost an ounce of sleep," he said in the interview. "I have zero regrets."
LaRoche said the thought of retiring came to his mind "probably 20 minutes" after White Sox Executive Vice President Kenny Williams told LaRoche that he did not want to see his son in the clubhouse anymore.
His son, Drake, even made a brief appearance during the interview. Drake talked about what he did while he was in the clubhouse and said, "I cleaned shoes most of the time."
Adam LaRoche again talked about what his son could from learn being in a Major League clubhouse, but asserted that baseball was never everything to him.
"One of the things I probably thought the longest on was making sure that if I did this that he would never feel that this was on his shoulders," he said of his son. "I think he knows deep down that baseball was never my life or my world or everything to me. There's a lot more to life."