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After role in Astros' sign-stealing scandal, can Carlos Beltran manage former foes with Mets?

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 15 January 2020 ()
Carlos Beltran, the only player identified in the nine-page MLB report, is now put in an awkward position managing the New York Mets.
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The Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal continues to claim casualties.

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