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Red Sox Part Ways With Alex Cora After Cheating Scandal

TMZ.com Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Alex Cora is OUT as the Boston Red Sox manager ... after both sides "mutually agreed to part ways" in light of the MLB's cheating probe. The league's investigation findings determined Cora was the mastermind behind the Houston Astros' sign-stealing…
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