The College of Cincinnati introduced on Wednesday that two baseball staffers have been fired amid an investigation that reportedly may very well be associated to playing.Assistant baseball coach Kyle Sprague and director of baseball operations Andy Nagel had been relieved of their duties final week.”On Might 8, College of Cincinnati Athletics started an inside evaluation of potential NCAA infractions involving the baseball program,” the college mentioned in an announcement. “Though the evaluation is ongoing, Sprague and Nagel have been dismissed based mostly on preliminary findings. UC is cooperating with the NCAA on this matter. Since that is an ongoing investigation, we is not going to be commenting additional at the moment.”CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The College of Cincinnati introduced on Wednesday that two baseball staffers have been fired amid an investigation that reportedly may very well be associated to playing. (Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire through Getty Pictures)FOX19 says a number of sources have informed the outlet the investigation could contain playing.Whereas Sprague and Nagel didn’t gamble themselves, a mum or dad linked to a participant on the staff was and had conversations with the 2 staff. FOX19 says a number of sources have informed the outlet the investigation could contain playing. (C. Morgan Engel/NCAA Images through Getty Pictures)FORMER YANKEES MANAGER THROWS JAB AT HIS OLD CATCHER’S LACK OF SPEED DURING BROADCASTSprague and Nagel had been apparently fired as a result of they didn’t report their info to anyone – outcomes of video games aren’t believed to have been influenced. Assistant baseball coach Kyle Sprague and director of baseball operations Andy Nagel had been relieved of their duties final week. (Andy Mead/YCJ/Icon Sportswire through Getty Pictures)CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPBrad Bohannon was fired as Alabama’s baseball coach after suspicious playing exercise, and the Iowa Hawkeyes baseball staff was additionally below investigation.
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