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MLB punishes Astros. Could the Red Sox be next?

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 14 January 2020 ()
Associated Press baseball writer Ron Blum breaks down the signal-stealing scandal rocking Major League Baseball. (Jan. 14)
 
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News video: Alex Cora and Red Sox Part Ways Amid Sign-Stealing Controversy

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Alex Cora and Red Sox Part Ways Amid Sign-Stealing Controversy Cora has been linked to sign-stealing scandals with the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox. He won the World Series in 2017 as Houston's bench coach and won the World Series again in 2018 as Boston's manager. Alex Cora, via statement Cora...

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