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Astros’ Bregman, Altuve apologize for sign-stealing scheme

Seattle Times Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Houston Astros players Alex Bregman and José Altuve said Thursday the team is sorry for its sign-stealing scheme that was investigated and punished by Major League Baseball. “I am really sorry,” Bregman said. Astros owner Jim Crane and new manager Dusty Baker — who replaced the fired AJ Hinch […]
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Astros Owner Jim Crane Apologizes but Says Sign-Stealing 'Didn't Impact the Game' Crane and Houston players Jose Altuve and Alex Bregman addressed the media on Thursday. Jim Crane, via statement Jim Crane, via statement Altuve and Bregman also spoke, but Crane reiterated that no players would be...

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