Astros Cheating Scandal, LeBron James Makes History, Myles Garrett Appeal | GMS Podcast Episode 70

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - DECEMBER 18: MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred visits "Mornings With Maria" with Maria Bartiromo at Fox Business Network Studios on December 18, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

Doug breaks down the latest on the Houston Astros cheating scandal where they’ve been accused of using a live video feed, trash cans and now electronic buzzers to steal signs during their 2017 championship run. We discuss Rob Manfred’s latest comments on the scandal and how it will ultimately define his legacy as commissioner. Plus, we tell you why the Astros should have their 2017 World Series title vacated.

LeBron James made history becoming the first player with a triple-double vs. all 30 NBA teams. We discuss the significance of LeBron’s latest feat and tell you why he’s got more left in the tank than most people think. Plus, we take you through all our biggest takeaways from the Lakers win over the Thunder. 

Myles Garrett and the NFLPA met with league officials Wednesday to appeal his indefinite suspension for ripping off Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph’s helmet and using it as a weapon against him. We discuss Myles Garett’s case against the NFL and tell you how he can get his suspension reduced. Plus, we tell you how Myles Garrett permanently changed Mason Rudolph’s career.  



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