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Altuve booed, hit by pitch in spring training debut (0:29)
Jeter calls Astros' scandal 'black eye' on baseball (1:13)
Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

Altuve grazed by pitch, Astros booed on road

Jose Altuve was loudly booed Monday when he was introduced for his spring training road debut, cheered when he struck out and called a cheater by several fans before he was nicked in the foot by a pitch.

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MLB to judge: Cheating attempts part of sports

MLB is urging a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by participants in DraftKings fantasy baseball contests over the sign stealing by the Houston Astros.

Fans' signs confiscated at Nationals vs Astros spring opener (1:15)

Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

Astros manager Dusty Baker says that Jose Altuve, Yuli Gurriel, Alex Bregman and George Springer will make their Spring Training debuts tomorrow in Lakeland against the Tigers. The only regular starter playing today against the Nationals is Yordan Alvarez.

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Fans heckling Astros at opener get signs taken

Fans hoping to heckle the Astros at Houston's spring opener against the Nationals on Saturday had their signs taken away by someone who worked for the ballpark.

AP Photo/Eric Gay

Astros' Reddick: Kids also targeted in threats

Astros players have gotten threats "every day" since the team's 2017-18 sign-stealing scheme came to light in recent weeks, according to outfielder Josh Reddick, who said Friday that messages he has received also targeted his family.

Reddick reveals extent of death threats from Astros' sign-stealing scandal (1:42)
David Ross sounds off on Astros: They should be stripped of title (0:51)
What is the perception about Fiers around the league? (0:57)
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A's Fiers acknowledges receiving death threats

Mike Fiers has acknowledged receiving death threats after he revealed a sign-stealing scheme committed by the 2017 World Series champion Astros, for whom he pitched.


ESPN Daily: The Astros Scandal Keeps Growing

As baseball's latest scandal continues to unfold, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred and others are coming under more fire. Criticism has grown around whether the Houston Astros' players deserved more blame and punishment for the sign stealing scheme, and how much it helped the team win the 2017 World Series. ESPN's Buster Olney breaks down the latest developments, as 2019 champs the Nationals face the Astros in a spring training game this weekend.

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5dJoon Lee

Lucroy: Changed signs every pitch vs. Astros

Catcher Jonathan Lucroy, who played for three of the Astros' AL West rivals between 2016 and '19, says "everyone in baseball" knew they were stealing signs and that he changed his signs every single pitch.

Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports
5dJeff Passan

Bolsinger adds Crane, Vigoa to suit vs. Astros

Former major league pitcher Mike Bolsinger amended his lawsuit against the Houston Astros to include Astros owner Jim Crane and baseball-operations staffer Derek Vigoa, according to documents filed in a Los Angeles court Thursday.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25313th
On Base Percentage.333Tied-16th
Slugging Percentage.493Tied-6th
Earned Run Average1.021st
Quality Starts0Tied-1st