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Detroit
vs
Baltimore
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
08/11/2021
7:05pm EST

Lines:
Detroit -1.5
Baltimore +1.5

Total:
Over 10 (-110)
Under 10 (-110)

Community Picks: Detroit 0% vs Baltimore 0%

Detroit and Baltimore Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Detroit
From sign stealing to spitballs to PEDs and pine tar, baseball has long been a game rooted in the question of much can you get away with. While there has always been cheating in baseball, the electronic era has made it simpler and sneakier, from the Boston Red Sox using Apple Watches to facilitate sign stealing to the St. Louis Cardinals hacking the Astros' private player database. Then, earlier this week, The Athletic reported what many fans had already suspected: the 2017 World Series-winning Astros had stolen signs using a center field camera. Continue to Article
November 15, 2019 5:50:am EST
Baltimore
Less than a week after his mother died, Shildt was honored for piloting the St. Louis Cardinals back into the playoffs, narrowly beating Craig Counsell of the Milwaukee Brewers to win NL Manager of the Year. Shildt earned the award in his first full season on the job, even though Counsell received more first-place votes (13-10) from the Baseball Writers' Association of America. Minnesota Twins manager Rocco Baldelli won the AL prize in a tight finish over Aaron Boone of the New York Yankees. Continue to Article
November 12, 2019 9:23:pm EST
Detroit
The Houston Astros are alleged to have stolen signs electronically throughout the 2017 season, The Athletic reported on Tuesday. Major League Baseball rules prohibit MLB teams from using electronics to see a catcher's signs to the pitcher. The Athletic talked to four people associated with the Astros in 2017, the year they won their only World Series. Continue to Article
November 12, 2019 4:29:pm EST
Detroit
The Houston Astros are alleged to have stolen signs electronically throughout the 2017 season, The Athletic reported on Tuesday. Major League Baseball rules prohibit MLB teams from using electronics to see a catcher's signs to the pitcher. The Athletic talked to four people associated with the Astros in 2017, the year they won their only World Series. Continue to Article
November 12, 2019 4:24:pm EST
Detroit
The Houston Astros are alleged to have stolen signs electronically throughout the 2017 season, The Athletic reported on Tuesday. Major League Baseball rules prohibit MLB teams from using electronics to see a catcher's signs to the pitcher. The Athletic talked to four people associated with the Astros in 2017, the year they won their only World Series. Continue to Article
November 12, 2019 4:13:pm EST
 
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