While scolding the Astros and Red Sox for "shamelessly" breaking baseball's rules concerning sign stealing, U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff dismissed a class-action lawsuit against MLB by a group of daily fantasy sports contestants.
On Opening Day 1994, he hit three homers, prompting a teammate to drive home that night thinking "This guy might be better than Strawberry or Bonds." It was part of a weird run on Opening Day three-homer games.
The Houston Astros fired one manager after a sign-stealing scandal and hired the other to help the club rebound. Now both managers are finding their respective ways while baseball has been removed from circulation.