Astros’ sign-stealing angers Yankees: Cashman’s jab, 2017 player furious

Astros’ sign-stealing angers Yankees: Cashman’s jab, 2017 player furious SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The water keeps heating up for the Yankees’ primary (non-Boston) nemesis. The Astros, already under investigation by commissioner Rob Manfred for conduct during an off-the-field incident last month, announced Tuesday their intention to cooperate with Major League Baseball in investigating allegations they illegally,…

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Ben Zobrist Undecided On Future

Ben Zobrist Undecided On Future Longtime utilityman extraordinaire Ben Zobrist hasn’t decided whether he’ll continue his career in 2020, Patrick Mooney of The Athletic tweets. For now, though, Zobrist is working out in case he elects to sign a free-agent contract with a club. The 38-year-old Zobrist has been among the majors’ most productive players…

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Clint Hurdle Reportedly Retires

Clint Hurdle Reportedly Retires Longtime major league manager Clint Hurdle has decided to retire, according to Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune. The Padres interviewed Hurdle for their hitting coach vacancy, but he decided to walk away from the game, per Acee. The 62-year-old Hurdle’s just a few weeks removed from the end of…

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Aaron Judge’s intriguing response to Astros’ sign-stealing saga

Aaron Judge’s intriguing response to Astros’ sign-stealing saga Aaron Judge doesn’t seem surprised about the report alleging the Astros used cameras in their ballpark to illegally steal opposing teams’ signs during their world championship 2017 season. “Wait… what….?” Judge tweeted Tuesday, seemingly in a sarcastic tone. The Yankees were upset with the Astros last month…

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