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Dallas Keuchel Is First Player From 2017 Houston Astros To Apologize For Sign-Stealing Scheme

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Dallas Keuchel Is First Player From 2017 Houston Astros To Apologize For Sign-Stealing Scheme

Dallas Keuchel Is First Player From 2017 Houston Astros To Apologize For Sign-Stealing Scheme

New White Sox pitcher Dallas Keuchel has become the first member of the 2017 Houston Astros to offer a public apology for the team's sign-stealing scheme during their run to the World Series championship.


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