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Baseball Cheating

Michael Bolsinger, a Toronto Blue Jays pitcher who lost his job after the Houston Astros knocked him out of the box on Aug. 4, 2017, sued the team in L.A. Superior Court, claiming the Astros were stealing signs when it happened, and should be forced to return their $31 million in World Series bonuses, to be donated to charity.

LOS ANGELES — Michael Bolsinger, a Toronto Blue Jays pitcher who lost his job after the Houston Astros knocked him out of the box on Aug. 4, 2017, sued the team in L.A. Superior Court, claiming the Astros were stealing signs when it happened, and should be forced to return their $31 million in World Series bonuses, to be donated to charity.

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