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manofmany.comWait Until You See Timeless Kustoms' 1969 Chevrolet CamaroThe Chevy Camaro is the quintessential American muscle car. It is no surprise that the Camaro is a favourite car for custom builders as it has nearly perfect lines and proportions. Timeless Customs choose a unique take on the classic 69 Camaro. In 2013, Major League Baseball pitcher Brad Penny asked California-based Timeless Kustoms to …2
apnews.comLawsuit: Braves, MLB should have acted before 2015 fan deathATLANTA (AP) — In court documents filed this week in a lawsuit following the 2015 death of a fan who fell from the upper deck at an Atlanta Braves game, Nolan Ryan says guard rails at the Texas Rangers' stadium had to be raised "to protect our fans from themselves." Ryan, the former Hall of Fame pitcher, was Rangers president when he led the effort to have rails raised at The Ballpark in Arlington following the death of a fan, Shannon Stone, who fell in 2011. Gregory Murrey, who was 60, fell from the upper deck at the Braves' former stadium, Turner Field, on Aug. 29, 2015. The Braves and Major League Baseball are defendants in the lawsuit filed by Murrey's family, including his wife, Laura.
apnews.comThe Latest: Hinch: Sign-stealing 'bigger than 1 team or 2'CLEVELAND (AP) — The Latest on an MLB investigation of an Astros employee seen taking photos or video near Cleveland's dugout (all times local): 5:20 p.m. Astros manager AJ Hinch says the topic of sign-stealing is "bigger than one team or two teams, or 10 teams." The defending World Series champions came under scrutiny after Cleveland filed a complaint about a man associated with Houston attempting to photograph or video the Indians' dugout last week. Major League Baseball investigated and concluded that the man was merely monitoring the field to ensure the Indians weren't violating any rules. The league said it considers the matter closed. "I think it's a baseball-wide conversation that is overdue and I hope it gets resolved over time," Hinch said. "I think it's something that has been brought to the surface that needs to be addressed." Hinch says he has watched baseball change, and that one of the first indications is multiple signs with nobody on base. Teams are now limited to six mound visits per game under new rules that went into place this season. "That fear of giving any competitive advantage away is real and that's changed in the last decade," Hinch said.
apnews.comMLB clears Astros of wrongdoing in dugout incidentsCLEVELAND (AP) — Major League Baseball has concluded that a Houston Astros employee was only monitoring opposing dugouts during the postseason to make sure other teams weren't breaking rules. The Cleveland Indians filed a complaint following Game 3 of the AL Division Series after an Astros employee was observed aiming his cellphone into their dugout and taking pictures or video. Two people familiar with the situation said the Astros tried to get a second person next to the Indians' dugout after the employee was removed by security. The people spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.
apnews.comLEADING OFF: Astros on defense, Kershaw's last turn for LA?A look at what's happening around the majors today: SPYGATE, THE SEQUEL The Houston Astros might find themselves defending more than their World Series title. The champions are under scrutiny after Cleveland filed a complaint to Major League Baseball about a man associated with Houston attempting to film in the Indians' dugout during Game 3 of the AL Division Series last week, according to a person familiar with the situation. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Tuesday night because of the sensitivity of the matter. MLB also says it is aware of a report by Metro Boston that a man claiming to be an Astros employee was removed from a credentialed area near the Red Sox dugout during the AL Championship Series opener at Fenway Park.
apnews.comRangers hire Shiraz Rehman as assistant GM from CubsARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — The Texas Rangers have hired Shiraz Rehman as assistant general manager after he spent the past seven years in baseball operations for the Chicago Cubs. Rehman will assist Rangers general manager Jon Daniels in the day-to-day management of major league operations, including player acquisitions, roster management, player contracts, and salary arbitration. Texas announced the hire on Tuesday.
apnews.comMontreal to host pre-season games between Blue Jays, BrewersTORONTO (AP) — The Blue Jays play pre-season games in Montreal for the sixth straight year, closing their exhibition schedule at Olympic Stadium against Milwaukee on March 25 and 26. Next year's games between Toronto and the Brewers will mark the 50th anniversary of the first games of the Montreal Expos, who moved to Washington and became the Nationals after the 2004 season. Montreal hopes to get an expansion team, but Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred says Oakland and Tampa Bay must get new ballparks before expansion can take place.
mudabure.comCubs shortstop Addison Russell suspended 40 games for violating MLB domestic violence policyOn Wednesday, Major League Baseball announced that Chicago Cubs shortstop Addison Russell has accepted a 40-game suspension without pay for violating MLB's Joint Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Policy. The unpaid suspension of Russell is retroactive to September 21st. Russell has agreed not to appeal the discipline. Commissioner Rob Manfred issued the following statement regarding the discipline: 'My office has completed its investigation into the allegations that Addison Russell violated Major League Baseball's Joint Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Policy. Having reviewed all of the available evidence, I have concluded that Mr. Russell violated the Policy and should be subject to1
apnews.comInjured Brewers pitcher Suter told to stay out of dugoutMILWAUKEE (AP) — Injured Brewers pitcher Brent Suter says he's no longer allowed in the dugout during the NL Championship Series. He was with his teammates for Game 1 against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Suter tweeted about the situation before Game 2 on Saturday and then deleted his post. A spokesman for Major League Baseball says players who are not on the 40-man roster are not allowed in the dugout during playoff games. Suter tweeted an apology and asked for MLB to let him back in. The gregarious left-hander promised "to behave and be only mildly weird!" before the post was taken down.