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Boston Red Sox Looking Ahead, Hopeful Heading Into Spring Training

The Boston Red Sox hope to turn the page with a fresh start in the new year with Spring training beginning for the 2020 season. The Red Sox were one of many teams affected by the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal coming forward. With the roster and manager changing as a …

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Astros Express Regret, Apologize for Sign-Stealing

The Houston Astros’ sign-stealing saga continues. The baseball world heard from some of those involved after the scandal headed down the rabbit hole. Members of the organization apologized for the roles played in the scandal at a press conference on Thursday. Astros owner and chairman Jim Crane, newly hired manager …

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Beltran Out as Mets Manager Amidst Scandal

Carlos Beltran stepped down from his position as Mets manager Thursday afternoon. His departure is the latest domino to fall as a result of the Astros’ sign-stealing scandal. As a fan favorite as a player, Beltran accepted the position on November 1st and is out before managing a game. As …

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Alex Cora out from Boston: what does this mean for the Mets?

In wake of the Astros’ sign-stealing scandal, the baseball world was shocked once again on Tuesday when Red Sox Manager Alex Cora and executives decided to part ways. With news on Cora, many are awaiting a decision from the Mets regarding manager Carlos Beltran. Beltran’s role with the Astros Carlos …

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Astros Manager AJ Hinch, GM Jeff Lunhow Pay A Steep Price for Sign Stealing

In a press conference before Game 4 of the 2019 American League Championship Series, Houston Astros manager AJ Hinch was asked about sign stealing. The New York Yankees had heard whistling coming from the Astros dugout and were concerned. Hinch dismissed it, saying in part “in reality, it’s a joke… …

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Astros’ Deadline Acquisition of Zack Greinke Shifts Power in American League

Leading up to the 4 p.m. deadline, it didn’t appear there were going to be any signature moves that could change the outlook of both leagues. However, that changed within a flash. Right before the deadline hit, the Houston Astros made a deal to bring in Arizona Diamondbacks ace Zack …

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Rays’ losing skid continues while Marlins flirt with perfection

The Tampa Bay Rays and Miami Marlins have been eerily similar as of late. Both teams have been struggling, with the Rays’ struggles being more prominent. The Rays’ losing skid has them sliding down the postseason standings as their playoff chances look more and more like dreams. On the other …

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Chris Sale struggling to start 2019

As the MLB is still in the first month of the season, it hasn’t been the greatest of starts for the defending champions, the Boston Red Sox. Three weeks into the season, the Red Sox are currently 6-12, 7.5 games behind first place in the American League East. As the …

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Red Sox Spring Training: What’s Different about the World Champs?

New York is widely regarded as the city that never sleeps, but it seems as though Boston hasn’t stopped partying since the mid-90s. While every other fan base has an offseason,  “Title Town” has gone straight from focusing on winning the Super Bowl in football to defending their World Series …

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