Ex-Twins star Chuck Knoblauch denies obscene Tweets, says account was hacked - Bring Me The News

Ex-Twins star Chuck Knoblauch denies obscene Tweets, says account was hacked

The Huffington Post reports the profanity-laden Tweet about Cheri Olivera went out to the masses over the weekend. Knoblauch later removed the post and claimed his account had been hacked. Olivera, is no stranger to ballplayer-related controversy.
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The Huffington Post reports the profanity-laden Tweet about Cheri Olivera went out to the masses over the weekend. Knoblauch later removed the post and claimed his account had been hacked. Olivera, is no stranger to ballplayer-related controversy.

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