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LeBron James calls out MLB commissioner Rob Manfred over response to sign-stealing scandal

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 18 February 2020
NBA star LeBron James says he'd be "(expletive) irate" if he found out a team cheated him out of winning a title, urges MLB to listen to player criticism.
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LeBron James Calls out Rob Manfred for How He Handled Astros Cheating Scandal James weighed in on the Houston Astros' cheating scandal on Tuesday, claiming that the MLB commissioner needs to start listening to his players. LeBron James, via Twitter LeBron James, via Twitter LeBron James, via Twitter...

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