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Fox Sports 19 Jan 2020

Jose Altuve on Jeff Luhnow, A.J. Hinch firings: 'I feel bad for them. They were good guys'

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Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow and manager A.J. Hinch were fired earlier in the week after being suspended for one season each for their part in the team's sign-stealing efforts in 2017. Star second baseman Jose Altuve said he felt bad for Luhnow and Hinch in the wake of MLB's report.


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A Canadian woman on the Diamond Princess, a luxury cruise ship with 355 cases of COVID-19, is preparing for evacuation. Trudy Clement and her husband have been under quarantine on the ship for two weeks.
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