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Astros Hitting Coach Alex Cintron Suspended 20 games, A’s Outfielder Ramon Laureano Six games

Major League Baseball has suspended Astros hitting coach Alex Cintron 20-games and Oakland A’s outfielder Ramon Laureano six games. Considering Rob Manfred’s hard-on for letting the Astros off the hook, the suspension comes as a surprise.

Ramon Laureano spoke after the game that Cintron escalated the incident by speaking about his mother.

“I regret charging him because he’s a loser.”

Thats hysterical. Laureano apologized for stooping to the level of the complete ignoramus Alex Cintron chooses to be. The retaliation usually draws the most attention, but Rob Manfred finally gets it right!

Cintron’s 20-game suspension is equivalent to a 54-game suspension in a traditional 162-game schedule and keeps him ineligible until September 2. Tough luck for the stooge.

Laureano receiving a six game suspension stings, but you can’t run at the dugout to fight someone like you’re in a game of Tekken. The Astros are a classless organization that will surely be involved in more drama, so stay tuned!

Written by Gary Sheffield, Jr

Gary Sheffield Jr is the son of should-be MLB Hall of Famer, Gary Sheffield. He covers basketball and baseball for OutKick.com, chats with the Purple and Gold faithful on LakersNation, and shitposts on Twitter. You can follow him at GarySheffieldJr

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  1. Gary, you’re such a sham, its obvious you don’t like the Astros, which is fine, but come on and its not only you.

    I hear you sports writers and tv personnel speak ill and bash the Astros repeatedly as if what they did was the worse thing ever known to man.

    Where is that same criticism regarding the Red Sox and Yankees who has a history of cheating?

    When you guys mention those teams, I have never heard a word of harsh criticism.

    You would be a great employee for CNN or MSNBC.

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