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Marlins' Jarred Cosart investigated for alleged gambling-related tweets
Marlins' Jarred Cosart investigated for alleged gambling-related tweets

Miami Marlins pitcher Jarred Cosart deleted his official Twitter account Tuesday, but not before gambling-related tweets he purportedly sent made him the subject of a Major League Baseball investigation. “Obviously, I was caught off guard by the whole situation,” Cosart told reporters Thursday at the Marlins' complex in Jupiter, Fla. “All I'm really saying to everyone is, I'm following the MLB protocol and just talking with MLB security, and they are taking care of the rest.” MLB chief communications officer, Pat Courtney, confirmed to the Miami New Times that the league was looking into allegations that Cosart sent direct messages to an associate...

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