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Ramon Laureano’s suspension for charging the Astros’ dugout, as @susanslusser said, is for six games.
MLB is considering a 20-game suspension for Astros hitting coach Alex Cintrón and a 5-game suspension for A's outfielder Ramón Laureano, club sources told ESPN. https://t.co/ubkCGubUJs
The league has, as Marly suggested, given Alex Cintron a 20-game suspension. https://t.co/TFNB1B0m7S
Stephen A forever https://t.co/0UWWRaCY7v
Baseball needs a postseason bubble. https://t.co/weDfCE9lQd
Last week, one team president put it very clearly: "Our only chance is to start planning a postseason bubble." While the talks are preliminary, as @BillShaikin reported earlier, they're real, and they've got a significant amount of backing around the sport.
Major League Baseball has had preliminary discussions about holding its postseason in a bubble-type format, sources familiar with the conversations told ESPN. Early details on why MLB is embracing the bubble and what it could look like, at ESPN: https://t.co/kHgBuVEqp9
Ramon Laureano to ESPN on Astros hitting coach Alex Cintron: “I regret charging him because he’s a loser. (A suspension) is understandable, but I hope it’s not that many games.” Discipline is coming, and Cintron, sources said, faces a lengthy suspension: https://t.co/0AvTtrGa0g
Houston Astros hitting coach Alex Cintron made a vile comment to Oakland A's outfielder Ramon Laureano regarding his mother, prompting a benches-clearing melee Sunday, Laureano tells ESPN. Cintron denies talking about Laureano’s mother. News at ESPN: https://t.co/0AvTtrGa0g
The wonderfully talented folks at ESPN have translated the Fernando Tatis Jr. story into Spanish, and you can read it here: https://t.co/kQ7tBbObIn Also, just because outtakes are fun, here is Tatis' impersonation of @EJerezESPN's legendary home run call. It's pretty spot-on. https://t.co/oxTc8muzZI
Six minutes of Fernando Tatis Jr. being awesome is exactly what you need to brighten your day. https://t.co/d7Lay8OndC
This is about family, country, team, sports and all of the things we hold dear. It’s also about a 21-year-old who is the most exciting damn baseball player in the world. ESPN Cover Story on Fernando Tatis Jr. and what he carries in pursuit of greatness: https://t.co/fA8MUgOHeQ https://t.co/6q0OyPbhL8