Stephen Mosher

Ithaca College

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Stealing hand signals, doctoring balls and other forms of cheating are part of Major League Baseball tradition. They're usually punished with suspensions and fines.

Sports Cheating Steps into the Digital Age

Stealing hand signals, doctoring balls and other forms of cheating are part of Major League Baseball tradition. They're usually punished with suspensions and fines.

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