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Jim Crane, Owner of the Number-One-Ranked Houston Astros, Makes ‘CityBook’ Cover

THE NEW ISSUE of Houston CityBook magazine features Astros owner Jim Crane on the cover. Crane is one of the 10 subjects in the magazine’s annual “Leaders & Legends” portrait series, including images by Gittings Photography, and presented in partnership with Residences at The Allen and Bentley Houston. He was photographed by Gittings owner Greg Lorfing at Minute Maid Park.
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Yankees GM Brian Cashman shoots back at Astros owner Jim Crane for insane comments

The New York Yankees were caught up in the cheating scandal that forced the Houston Astros to give up multiple draft picks and fined them $5 million. However, both teams’ cheating methods were extremely different, ranging from situational camera usage to high leverage trashcan banging that helped the Astros win the World Series back in 2017.
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Astros' Jim Crane fires back at Yankees' Brian Cashman, Jose Altuve critics: 'You were doing it too'

Astros owner Jim Crane fired back at comments made by New York Yankees executive Brian Cashman concerning Houston's sign-stealing scandal on Wednesday in USA Today article. "I found his comments to be extremely strange,'' Crane told Bob Nightengale in an interview. "There's the letter, and you were doing it, too. You were there dude. What are you talking about? If I was one of the teams, and I knew our team was doing it [cheating], I'd keep my mouth shut and just go about our business. But listen, I can only control what's going on here. I can't control what the other guys do.''
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Yankees' Brian Cashman: Cheating Comments by Astros' Jim Crane Were 'Deflection'

New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman called out Houston Astros owner Jim Crane before Thursday's game against the Chicago White Sox for comparing the Pinstripes' $100,000 fine for using their dugout phone to relay signs in 2015 and '16 to Houston's major 2017 sign-stealing scandal that resulted in a World Series title.
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