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Mets On Houston Astros Scandal: Davis Feels ‘Ashamed,’ Marisnick Knew ‘Something Was Going Too Far’

CBS 2 Saturday, 15 February 2020 ()
Two current Mets who are former players of the 40-man Houston Astros roster that won a World Series are now apologizing for their role in their former team's sign-stealing scandal.
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The Houston Astros sign-stealing saga is still raging as members of the team met in front of media on Thursday to apologize for their wrongdoings.

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