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Former MLB Player Trevor Crowe Sentenced for Failing to Report $309K Gambling IncomeWritten by: Devin O’Connor

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Former MLB player Trevor Crowe has been sentenced to three years of probation for knowingly filing a wrong federal income tax return. In September, Crowe pleaded guilty in the Northern District of Ohio federal court. The 37-year-old admitted to failing to report more than $309,000 in illegal gambling income on his 2015 tax return. Facing
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