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DEA has interviewed multiple Angels players in Tyler Skaggs investigation, report says

null Baseball At least a half-dozen current and former Angels players have been interviewed by federal agents as part of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's probe into pitcher Tyler Skaggs' drug-related death in Texas this summer, the Los Angeles Times reported, citing an unidentified person with knowledge of the interviews who is not authorized to speak publicly about them.The Times identified four of the players: Trevor Cahill, who a representative for the pitcher confirmed was questioned by DEA agents in Texas in September, as well as fellow current Angels pitchers Andrew Heaney and Noe Ramirez and former Angels pitcher Matt Harvey, who was released by the team July 21, less than three weeks after Skaggs was found dead in a suburban Dallas-Fort Worth hotel ahead of a series against the Rangers. According to the report, investigators hoped the players "might be able to shed light on whether the use of opiates was prevalent in the clubhouse, if they ever saw players using illegal narcotics on team flights and if they knew how Skaggs procured drugs."In a separate development Tuesday,  ESPN.com reported the Angels could face "significant sanctions" if determines that team employees were informed of Skaggs' opioid use before his death July 1 and didn't tell the commissioner's office. Skaggs, 27 at the time of his dea[......]

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Brewers' infield benefits from Keston Hiura replacing Travis Shaw

null Baseball The Brewers have enjoyed a golden age of middle-infield prospects.Shortstop Orlando Arcia was ranked .com’s No. 6 prospect before his promotion three years ago. Former Milwaukee shortstop and onetime top-100 prospect Jean Segura was 23 when he made an All-Star appearance in 2013, and former second baseman Jonathan Villar was 25 when he stole 62 bases for the club in 2016. Now comes second baseman Keston Hiura, who was called up Tuesday. His presence should not be overlooked: As baseball’s No. 20 prospect according to .com, he gives the Brewers’ infield immediate relief in a season where the group has not lived up to lofty expectations.Hiura replaces IL-bound Travis Shaw (wrist), who had been by far the worst hitter of the bunch. Additionally, Hiura’s middle-infield background allows Mike Moustakas to return to his more natural position at third base. For a team already considered one of the best in the National League, that’s a big deal.“It's a good jolt of energy for everybody,” said Brewers manager Craig Counsell to r夜网论坛eporters Tuesday. "We've had Keston the last two springs. He's an advanced hitter.  … That's always been what has stood out. He has hit his way up here."MORE: Watch 'ChangeUp,' a new live whiparound show on DAZNHiura’s debut went about as well as possible. It ended with two hits and a walk on[......]

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