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The war of words between New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman and Houston Astros owner Jim Crane over the sign-stealing scandal continued this week with Cashman calling Crane’s recent comments a “deflection.”
Cashman slammed Crane on Thursday for equating the Yankees’ illegal use of the dugout phone during the 2015 and 2016 seasons to that of the Astros 2017 sign-stealing scandal.
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“I don’t think anybody’s going to dance to the tune he’s singing,” Cashman told reporters before Thursday’s game against the Chicago White Sox, via ESPN. “I’d say it’s called deflection, him trying to equate probably… an equivalent of a parking ticket to…
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