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BREAKING: Matthew Mcconaughey Stole Signs for the Houston Astros During the 2019 World Series

by Luke DePalatis
Photo by Getty

After days of speculation, fear, anger, and frustration, the truth is finally coming to light. Only a month after the Astros’ defeat in game seven of the 2019 World Series, scandal struck the heart of Texas. Rumored reports surfaced that suggested that the Astros stole signs from their opponents using a highly sophisticated system, sending video feed into the Astros dugout where someone would slam a trash can to inform the hitter of the opponents last pitch.

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Phillies Finally Get Their Revenge for 2010 NLCS as Giants Sign Gabe Kapler as Manager

by Alex Poletti
Photo by ERIC RISBERG / AP PHOTO

Vengeance, nine years in the making, finally belongs to the Philadelphia Phillies. Nearly a decade after losing to the San Francisco Giants in the 2010 NLCS, ending their bid for a third straight World Series appearance, the Fightin’ Phils got their payback after the Giants signed their former manager, Gabe Kapler to a three-year contract.

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Russians Realize They Hacked Wrong Election as Tulsi Gabbard Wins NL Manager of the Year

by Alex Poletti
Photo by AP Photo/Mary Altaffer

In a comedy of errors on Tuesday, operatives for the Russian government quickly realized they had made a severe miscalculation, accidentally steering their efforts to make Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard the recipient of the National League Manager of the Year award instead of the presidential candidate for the Democratic Party.

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ESPN Greenlights ‘Titanic’ Remake Starring Kurt Suzuki and Donald Trump

by Alex Poletti
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Inspired by the shared moment between catcher Kurt Suzuki and President Donald Trump during the Washington Nationals’ White House visit, ESPN has announced that they will be producing a remake of the 1997 hit James Cameron film “Titanic,” with the World Series champ and the former real estate mogul in the leading roles.

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Gerardo Parra Reveals to Nationals that World Series Ring Was Inside Them All Along

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Frey/The Washington Post

Acting as a clubhouse leader throughout the 2019 postseason en route to a World Series championship, outfielder Gerardo Parra had a message for his fellow Washington teammates: the World Series ring that they all wanted so badly was inside them all along.

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‘My Life is Incomplete Without a World Series Win’ Says Multi-Millionaire Justin Verlander, Consoled by Supermodel Wife

by Alex Poletti
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Despite pitching admirably, allowing three runs in five innings, Justin Verlander was no match for Stephen Strasburg in game six of the World Series. Verlander was tagged with the loss, his sixth in seven starts in the Fall Classic, extending his streak for most starts without a win on baseball’s biggest stage. With his daughter, supermodel wife, hundreds of millions of dollars and dozens of vintage cars surrounding him, the Cy Young candidate expressed frustration that his life wasn’t that good.

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Nationals Fans Still Surprised After Blowing Two-Game Lead in Playoffs

by Alex Poletti
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Following two statement wins in Houston to take a commanding lead in the Word Series, the National League champions dropped three straight at home and are now on the brink of elimination. Despite following a clear pattern, Nationals fans are somehow still shocked after Washington blew a two-game lead in October.

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