Attorneys from across the nation—from Connecticut to New Jersey, Texas and California—are stepping up to bat to oppose Major League Baseball’s sign-stealing scandal by doing what lawyers do best: filing lawsuits.

The cases so far, which have been trickling in since late January and may not be the last, include plaintiffs who are online sports betters, a Houston Astros season-ticket holder and a former Major League Baseball pitcher.

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