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Hello dear visitors I’m Mr.Dushan fixed matches dealler on Global-fixed-matches company registered in Macedonia . Thousand’s satisfied costumers cooperate with us since 2005 personality and now online. Finnaly we open site there to help more people. I can say that our work is 100% safe and every costumer can have work at home and be rich for only 90 minutes. Our managers are available from Monday to Saturday from 8AM to 5PM to recieve a payment. .Thank’s a lot for visiting this site, our company can give a quarantee to all costumers that if something with fixed match go wrong (maybe weather cinditions) and if costumer can’t wait start match, manager who recieved money from him will send back his money. Our company have fixed matches but costumers who can’t start business with fixed matches can play predictions from our tipsters who have too much experience. Also every visitor can join to our VIP group with only 230 euros per month. I quarantee for good profit from VIP group too, than every member from VIP group who had financiall problems before, can buy match from us and finnaly he can start business with us. So don’t lose wish that you can’t start business with fixed matches for us if you have financiall problems and if you can’t buy our fixed matches. Every buyer should send money for reservation for match before match start to proof that he is serious and to proof that he will not sharing our fixed matches.

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MATCH FIXING INCIDENTS

American football

The Canton Bulldogs–Massillon Tigers betting scandal, which is recognized as the first major scandal in professional football history, unfolded after the 1906 Ohio League championship series. Canton Bulldogs coach Blondy Wallace and Massillon Tigers end Walter East were accused of conspiring to fix the series.

In 1915, an unidentified gambler made an offer of $150 to Multnomah Athletic Club football player L. W. “Patsy” O’Rourke to throw the team’s annual Thanksgiving game against the University of Oregon football team. O’Rourke approached team captain Red Rupert about the bribe, and the information ultimately made its way to Multnomah’s coach. As a result, O’Rourke was benched for the game, which was a 15–2 victory for Oregon.

An attempt was made to fix the 1946 NFL Championship Game between the New York Giants and the Chicago Bears, in favor of the latter team. Alvin J. Paris was convicted of bribery in 1947 for soliciting Giants players Frank Filchock and Merle Hapes. Harvey Stemmer and David “Pete” Karkower were also convicted of bribery for their involvement in the plot. The convictions were upheld on appeal in 1948.

In 1949, Daniel Opalka of Massena, New York was arrested for allegedly offering Massena High School football player David Walker $200 to fix the team’s upcoming game against Saranac Lake High School. Opalka admitted to having a conversation with Walker about fixing the game, but said he was doing so in jest.

In 1960, Brooklyn, New York school teacher David Budin was arrested by Michigan State Police for allegedly trying to bribe University of Oregon football team member Mickey Bruce in order to fix the outcome of their upcoming game against the University of Michigan football team. According to police, University of Oregon athletic director Leo Harris declined to press charges to spare Bruce from having to be involved further. Budin was released by police after paying a $150 fine because he registered his hotel room under false name. Bruce later alleged sports gambler Frank Rosenthal was the mastermind of the plot.

In 1998, four Northwestern University football players were indicted for lying to a federal grand jury when they testified they had not placed wagers on their own games in 1994. Only one player—tailback Dennis Lundy—was accused of fixing the game. Lundy denied in front of the grand jury to intentionally fumbling on a play during a game against the University of Iowa in 1994. Federal prosecutors attested the fumble was intentional for the purposes of point-shaving.

2009: On May 6, a federal grand jury in Detroit indicted six former University of Toledo athletes—three each from the school’s football and basketball programs—on charges of conspiracy to commit sports bribery in relation to their alleged involvement in a point shaving scheme that ran from 2003 through 2006. It is believed to be the first major U.S. gambling case involving two sports at the same college. Since then, four former Toledo athletes, including at least one not named in the original indictments, have pleaded guilty on charges related to the scheme. One of these, former Rockets running back Quinton Broussard, admitted he had deliberately fumbled during the 2005 GMAC Bowl against UTEP (a game ultimately won 45–13 by Toledo) in exchange for $500, and had been paid to provide confidential team information to one of the orchestrators of the scheme.

Association football

In 1964, the great British football betting scandal of the 1960s was uncovered: a betting ring organized by Jimmy Gauld and involving several Football League players had been fixing matches. The most famous incident involved three Sheffield Wednesday players, including two England international players, who were subsequently banned from football for life and imprisoned after it was discovered they had bet on their team losing a match against Ipswich Town. A similar scandal had occurred in 1915.

1980 Italian football scandal (“Totonero”): In May 1980, the largest match fixing scandal in the history of Italian football was uncovered by Italian Guardia di Finanza, after the spalling of two Roman shopkeepers, Alvaro Trinca and Massimo Cruciani, who declared that some Italian football players sold the football-matches for money, implicating, among others, AC Milan and Lazio. Teams were suspected of rigging games by selecting favorable referees, with superstar Italian World Cup team goalkeeper Enrico Albertosi and future 1982 FIFA World Cup winner Paolo Rossi being banned for betting on football games. Both clubs were forcibly relegated to Serie B and the ringleader of the scheme, Milan president Felice Colombo, received a life ban.

In 1981, a mob of about 500 people took over the pitch during a Panionios F.C. practice amid accusations that team trainer Lakis Petropoulos helped fix a match against P.A.S. Korinthos that resulted in a 0–0 draw. Police assisted Petropoulos to safety.

During the 1982 FIFA World Cup, West Germany and Austria played a game on 25 June known as the Disgrace of Gijón due to accusations that both teams had fixed the match.

In 1986, the Yugoslavian Football Association ruled that the first round playoffs of the Yugoslav First League had to be replayed after accusations of match fixing were made against several teams by the press. Twelve of the league’s 18 teams were penalized. A court later dismissed the penalties against the clubs.

In February 1999 a Malaysian-based betting syndicate was caught attempting to install a remote-control device to sabotage the floodlights at FA Premier League team Charlton Athletic’s ground, with the aid of a corrupt security officer. If the match had been abandoned after half-time, then the result and bets would have stood. Subsequent investigations showed that the gang had been responsible for previously unsuspected “floodlight failures” at West Ham’s ground in November 1997, and again a month later at Crystal Palace’s ground during a home match of Palace’s groundsharing tenant Wimbledon.

The Italian Football Federation said in October 2000 it had found eight players guilty of match-fixing. Three were from Serie A side Atalanta and the other five played for Serie B side Pistoiese. The players were Giacomo Banchelli, Cristiano Doni and Sebastiano Siviglia (all Atalanta) and Alfredo Aglietti, Massimiliano Allegri, Daniele Amerini, Gianluca Lillo and Girolamo Bizzarri (all Pistoiese). The charges related to an Italian Cup first round tie between the two sides in Bergamo on August 20, 2000 which ended 1–1. Atalanta scored at the end of the first half and Pistoiese equalised three minutes from full-time. Atalanta qualified for the second round. Snai, which organises betting on Italian football, said later it had registered suspiciously heavy betting on the result and many of the bets were for a 1–0 halftime score and a full-time score of 1–1.

In 2004, Portuguese Police launched the operation Apito Dourado and named several Portuguese club presidents and football personalities as suspects of match fixing, including FC Porto’s chairman Pinto da Costa. Some of the wiretaps used as proof, deemed inadmissible in court, can now be found on YouTube.

In June 2004 in South Africa, thirty-three people (including nineteen referees, club officials, a match commissioner and an official of the South African Football Association) were arrested on match-fixing charges.[19]

2005 German football match-fixing scandal: In January 2005, the German Football Association (DFB) and German prosecutors launched separate probes into charges that referee Robert Hoyzer bet on and fixed several matches that he worked, including a German Cup tie. Hoyzer later admitted to the allegations; it has been reported that he was involved with Croat gambling syndicates, and also implicated other referees and players in the match fixing scheme. The first arrests in the Hoyzer investigation were made on January 28 in Berlin, and Hoyzer himself was arrested on February 12 after new evidence apparently emerged to suggest that he had been involved in fixing more matches than he had admitted to. Hoyzer has been banned for life from football by the DFB. On March 10, a second referee, Dominik Marks, was arrested after being implicated in the scheme by Hoyzer. Still later (March 24), it was reported that Hoyzer had told investigators that the gambling ring he was involved with had access to UEFA’s referee assignments for international matches and Champions League and UEFA Cup fixtures several days before UEFA publicly announced them. Ultimately, Hoyzer was sentenced to serve 2 years and 5 months in prison.

In July 2005, Italian Serie B champions Genoa was downgraded to last place in the division by the sporting justice, and therefore condemned to relegation in Serie C1, after it was revealed that they bribed their opponents in the final match of the season, Venezia to throw the match. Club president Enrico Preziozi was banned for five years after being guilty by the sporting justice. Genoa won the match 3–2 and had apparently secured promotion to Serie A.

Archive for HT/FT fixed matches

Date Match Information HT/FT WIN/LOSE Provided
11.05.2019 Din.Vranje-Spartak S. 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
13.05.2019 Saprissa-San Carlos 2/X 0:1/1:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
15.05.2019 Buducnost-Grbalj 2/1 1:2/5:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
17.05.2019 Energetik BGU-FC Minsk 1/X 1:0/3:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
19.05.2019 UE Engordany-Inter Club Escaldez 1/X 1:0/1:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
20.05.2019 Verdal-Rosenborg 2 1/2 1:0/0:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
21.05.2019 Cittadela-Benevento 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
22.05.2019 Kauno Zalgiris-Stumbars 2/1 1:3/4:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
23.05.2019 The Strongest-Always Ready 2/1 1:2/3:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
24.05.2019 Bolnisi-Rostavi 2/X 0:2/3:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
25.05.2019 Zeta-Lovcen 2/1 0:1/3:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
26.05.2019 AC Wolfsberger-Sturm Graz 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
28.05.2019 Chita-Omsk 1/2 1:0/0:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
31.05.2019 USK Anif-Bischofshofen 2/1 0:2/9:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
02.06.2010 Vikingur-Skala Itrottarfelag 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
05.06.2019 Liverpool M.-Cerro CA 2/X 0:2/2:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
08.06.2019 Katovice-Cesky Krumlov 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
14.06.2019 Cesky Krumlov-Trebon 2/X 0:1/1:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
16.06.2019 Kapa-Honka Akatemia 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
18.06.2019 Tbilisy City-Zugdidi 2/1 0:1/3:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
21.06.2019 PSS Sleman-Bhayangakara UTD 2/X 0:1/1:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
26.06.2019 Lahden Reipas-Klubi 04 1/X 1:0/1:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
01.07.2019 PSIM Yogyakarta-Persik Kediri 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
05.07.2019 Zalgiris-Riteriai 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
09.07.2019 Armavir-Krsnador 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
12.07.2019 Levanger-Arendal 2/1 0:1/4:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
17.07.2019 La Eguidad-Royal Pari 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
21.07.2019 Magpies Crusaders-Olympic FC 2/1 1:3/4:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
26.07.2019 SC Weiche 08-Wolfsburg 2 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
01.08.2019 Viitorul Constanta-Gent 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
05.08.2019 Lyngby-Aarhus 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
11.08.2019 Szolnoki-Balmazujvaros Sport 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
13.08.2019 Stockport-Barrow 2/1 0:1/3:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
16.08.2019 Innsbruck-FC Juniors 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
25.08.2019 Leknes-Lillestrom 2 1/2 2:1/2:9 WIN Mr.Hamilton
31.08.2019 Stjarnan-Hafnarfjordur 1/2 1:0/1:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
11.09.2019 Vasco U20-Fluminense U20 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
24.09.2019 Tallina Kalev-Kalju 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
06.10.2019 Varnsdorf-Vlasim 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
16.10.2019 Persija Jakarta-Padang 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
26.10.2019 Chrudim-Dukla Prag 2/1 1:2/3:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
30.10.2019 Niort-Toulouse 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
05.11.2019 Bor.Dortmund-Inter 2/1 0:2/3:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
14.11.2019 Freiburg II (Ger)-Hoffenheim (Ger) 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
24.11.2019 Silkeborg-Esbjerg 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
02.12.2019 Rimini-Ravenna 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
17.12.2019 Marbella-Guijuelo 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
25.12.2019 Al Wehdat (Jor)-Dar Al Dawaa (Jor) 2/1 0:2/4:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
03.01.2020 Osasco Audax U20-Moto Club U20 2/1 1:2/4:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
11.01.2020 Gornik Z.(Pol)-Ostrava (Cze) 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
22.01.2020 Hibernian-Hamilton 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
08.02.2020 Fiorentina-Atalanta 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
15.02.2020 Int.Zapresic-Varazdin 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
22.02.2020 Preston-Hull 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
02.03.2020 Jong AZ-Almere 2/1 0:1/3:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
14.03.2020 Al Dhafra-Al Wahda 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
27.03.2020 CANCELLED // // // //
02.05.2020  Vitebsk 2-Slavia Mozyr 2 2/X 0:1/1:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
09.05.2020  Neman-Rukh Brest 2/2 0:2/2:4 WIN Mr.Hamilton
16.05.2020 Belshina 2-Vitebsk 2 2/X 1:2/3:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
24.05.2020 FC Koln-F.Dusseldorf 2/X 0:1/2:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
31.05.2020 1860 Munchen-Duisburg 2/1 0:1/3:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
07.06.2020 A.Klagenfurt-Kapfenberg 2/1 0:1/3:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
14.06.2020 Hertberg-Sturm Graz 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
21.06.2020 Darmstadt-Wehen 2/1 0:1/3:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
28.06.2020 Jagiellonia-Lechia 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
05.07.2020 Inter-Bologna 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
19.07.2020  Brescia-Spall 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
  2 FIXED MATCHES FOR 29.07        
29.07.2020 Aalesund-Start 2/1 1:2/3:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
29.07.2020 Jonkopings-Sundsvall 1/X 2:1/3:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
02.08.2020 Zhodino-BATE 2/1 1:2/3:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
09.08.2020 Karvina B-Bohumin 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
16.08.2020  Charlotte Independ-Memphis 2/1 0:1/3:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
23.08.2020 Chiba-Tokushima 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
30.08.2020  Vojvodina-Partizan 2/1 0:1/3:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
06.09.2020 Schott Mainz-Stadtallendorf 2/1 0:2/4:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
13.09.2020  Moreton Bay Utd-Queensland Lions 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
20.09.2020  Sydney Utd-Marconi Stallions 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
27.09.2020  Sagamihara-Toyama 2/1 1:2/3:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
04.10.2020 Brentford-Preston 1/2 2:0/2:4 WIN Mr.Hamilton
10.10.2020 Eichtatt-Nurnberg II 1/2 1:0/2:4 WIN Mr.Hamilton
17.10.2020 Dalum IF-Middelfart 2/1 2:3/4:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
24.10.2020 Huddersfield-Preston 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
31.10.2020 Seongnam-Busan 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
07.11.2020 Cambuur-Jong Ajax 1/2 2:1/2:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
14.11.2020 Aluminij-Domzale 1/2 1:0/1:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
21.11.2020 Bournemouth-Reading 2/1 0:2/4:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
28.11.2020 Admira-Hartberg 2/1 2:1/2:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
06.12.2020 Hereford-Chester 2/1 1:2/5:3 WIN Mr.Hamilton
12.12.2020 Charlton-AFC Wimbledon 2/1 1:2/5:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
20.12.2020 CANCELLED // // // //
27.12.2020 Lecce-L.R. Vicenza 2/1 0:1/2:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
02.01.2021 Chelmsford-Braintree 2/1 0:2/4:2 WIN Mr.Hamilton
09.01.2021 CANCELLED // // // //
15.01.2021 Heerenveen-Waalwijk 1/X 1:0/1:1 WIN Mr.Hamilton
23.01.2021 Braunschweig-Hamburger SV 1/2 2:1/2:4 WIN Mr.Hamilton
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Hello people, I’m Mr.Ahmet fixed match agent from Turkey. I cooperate with Mr.Dushan about correct score fixed matches long 8 years. Everyone who is realy interested can contact Mr.Dushan to buy informations or if someone have questions about this fixed matches informations can contact me or speak with my dealer Mr.Dushan.

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Miloje Radulović (Budva, Montenegro)

Поздрав људи, пишем ову изјаву о Global-fixed-matches.com . Они су све променили у мом животу само 4 месеца, захваљујући Мr.Dushan и његовим агентима Mr.Ahmet и Мr.Hamilton. Сада могу да имам добар и богат живот

E-mail: radulovimiloje59@yahoo.com

 

Georgi Andonov (Bulgaria, Pleven)

Здравейте на всички, аз съм Георги Андонов от България. След първата победа от правилните резултати, които ми даде Душан за голяма цена, направих печалба, за да си купя нова добра кола и да поправя някои проблеми в къщата си. Не мога да се радвам в очите си, че намирам истински

E-Mail: ggeorgiandonov@gmail.com

 

Hugo Dumas (France, Toulouse)

Bonjour, je suis Hugo de France. Acheteur de correspondances manipulées et je suis très heureux de rencontrer cette personne qui m’a fait de gros bénéfices et maintenant, l’argent n’est plus un problème dans ma vie.

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Esmael Mohammadi (Mashhad, Iran)

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MATCH FIXING INCIDENTS

Baseball

A game in September 1865 which resulted in a 23–11 victory for the Eckford of Brooklyn over the New York Mutuals was fixed according to confessions by those involved. Mutuals catcher Bill Wansley was approached by gambler Kane McLoughlin to throw the game for $100. Wansley enlisted the help of the Mutuals third baseman Ed Duffy who agreed to participate if they included shortstop Tom Devyr. Wansley took the two players by wagon to the Hoboken Ferry where the payment was divided. Duffy and Devyr both received $30 each and Wansley kept $40 for himself. The fielding of those in on the fix—particularly Wansley’s performance—was so poor that rumors of a fix began almost instantly. Wansley had so many passed balls during the game that he was moved to right field in the seventh inning. Henry Chadwick wrote about the game for the New York Clipper and defended Wansley against the fixing allegations. Mutuals players who were not in on the fix became suspicious of Wansley and accused him of “wilful and designated inattention”. After a formal investigation, Wansley admitted to the fix and the three players were banned from organized baseball. Devyr was allowed to return in 1867 for a short time before two complaints from opposing teams were filed against the Mutuals. In December 1867 the baseball’s National Commission voted to reinstate Devyr. Duffy returned to the Mutuals in 1868, but was not reinstated by the National Commission, which led to one of the Mutuals opponents to file a complaint to void the games Duffy appeared in. The complaint was successful and the Mutuals were briefly expelled from organized baseball. The final convention of the amateur baseball National Commission was held on November 30, 1870. At the convention, Mutuals president John Wildly motioned to reinstate Wansley to good standing which was approved.

On July 24, 1873 umpire Bob Ferguson declared a game between Baltimore Canaries and the New York Mutuals fixed by gamblers. Ferguson went into the stands to confront the gamblers following the game and then went back down to the field to confront players he believed were in on the fix. Two of the Mutuals players—John Hatfield and Nat Hicks—began accusing each other of being in on the fix. Hicks eventually grabbed a baseball bat and struck Ferguson in the arm which caused it to break. Ferguson, who was also a player as well as an umpire, was unable to play for one year because of the injury. No actions were taken against Hicks or any other player.

In 1875, the St. Paul Red Caps and the Winona Clippers split a two-game championship series. Rumors gained steam after the series that two Clippers players—Frank Smith and W. W. Fisher—had worked with gamblers to fix the games. Fisher signed a confession that he accepted $250 from an unidentified gambler.

In 1877, four players for the Louisville Grays were banned from organized baseball for throwing games. Louisville Courier-Journal sports writer John Haldeman, whose father Waltesr Haldeman owned the team, became suspicious of the play of the four members of the Grays and began writing in his columns that he believed the players were purposefully losing. His columns led to a formal investigation and four players—Jim Devlin, George Hall, Al Nichols and Bill Craver—were banned from organized professional baseball for life. Carver’s involvement in the plot is debated by baseball historians including Bob Bailey for the Society of American Baseball Research.

In 1882, due to his associations with gamblers, National League umpire Dick Higham was banned from organized baseball for life.[47] The information was uncovered by private investigators hired by owners of the Detroit Wolverines, who suspected Higham of fixing games.

In 1908, National League umpires Jim Johnstone and Bill Klem reported to the league office that they were approached before a make-up game between the Chicago Cubs and the New York Giants and offered money to fix the game. The make-up game was on account of a baserunning mistake by Fred Merkle known as “Merkle’s Boner”.

An American League game on September 25, 1919 between the Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Indians was fixed according to letters ascertained by league president Ban Johnson in 1926. The letters were between Detroit outfielder Ty Cobb and Cleveland outfielder Smokey Joe Wood. They were sold to Johnson by pitcher Dutch Leonard who was one of the four players in on the fix along with Cobb, Wood and Cleveland player-manager Tris Speaker. According to Leonard, Cobb suggested the players place bets on the game which they had already agreed to fix. Cobb denied placing any bets, but did confess to being involved in the fix. According to a retrospective of events by the Chicago Tribune in 1989, Leonard went to Johnson with the letters in 1926 after he became embittered at Cobb and Wood whom he felt had a hand in ending his career early. Johnson initially turned Leonard away and he went to Detroit owner Frank Navin with the letters. Navin advised Johnson to make a payment to Leonard to keep the letters from going public. Johnson then agreed to pay Leonard $20,000 for the letters. Following the 1926 season, Johnson called a secret meeting with Cobb and Speaker, who were the managers of their respective teams. Johnson laid out the facts and advised the men to resign their positions as managers, which both did. Cobb and Speaker both retired from playing in 1928 and neither took another managerial job. The Associated Press broke the story on December 21, 1926.

In 1919, gamblers bribed several members of the Chicago White Sox to throw the World Series. This became known as the Black Sox Scandal and was recounted in the 1963 book, Eight Men Out: The Black Sox and the 1919 World Series — which was later adapted for film.

Following the 1919 Pacific Coast League (PCL) season, first baseman Babe Borton alleged that as a member of the pennant winning Vernon Tigers, he was party to pay-offs to all other PCL teams to ensure they would lose to Vernon. Borton alleged that every member of the Tigers pooled their money to make the pay-offs. Nate Raymond of Seattle, Washington was responsible for the payments according to Borton. Seattle Indians first baseman Rod Murphy alleged that Raymond offered him a $2,000 bribe during the 1920 season and confided that during the 1919 season he won $50,000 from gambling on fixed PCL games. Ultimately no player was faced criminal charges. The PCL banned several players for life, but some like Bill Rumler was reinstated after several years.

On September 27, 1924, before a game between the New York Giants and the Philadelphia Phillies, Giants backup outfielder Jimmy O’Connell approached Phillies shortstop Heinie Sand with a $500 bribe for to throw the game. If the Giants beat the Phillies it would have clinched them the National League pennant and a trip to the World Series. Sand rejected the offer and reported the incident which made its way up to the Commissioner of Baseball Kenesaw Mountain Landis. O’Connell confessed that he did attempt to bribe Sand, but contended Giants coach Cozy Dolan had put him up to it. Landis suspended O’Connell and Dolan from organized baseball for life.

On June 5, 1947, National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues president George Trautman banned Western Association outfielder Marion McElreath for attempting to bribe an opposing player to fix a game on May 4. 1947.

In 1947, a report by National Commission president William G. Bramham found that five players in the Evangeline League, a minor league based in Louisiana, fixed several playoff games in 1946 for gambling purposes. For their role in the alleged plot, the five players—Bill Thomas, Lanny Pecou, Alvin W. Kaiser, Paul Fugit and Don Vettorel—were banned from professional baseball for life. An investigation of the alleged actions of the five players by Society for American Baseball Research writer George W. Hilton found little proof that there was any match-fixing. One of the accused players, Bill Thomas, pitched a perfect 5–0 record in the playoffs. Hilton conducted an interview with an unnamed player in the Evangeline League who claimed he was approached to be a part of the fixing scheme, but declined. The unnamed player contended that the plot failed, which was highlighted by one instance where a player who was in on the fix tried to strike out but made contact with the ball for a double.

Between 1969 and 1971, a series of events known as The Black Mist Scandal rocked Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) in Japan. It was revealed that several NPB players had been paid off to fix games for gamblers. Ten players were banned from the NPB for life with several other players receiving penalties ranging from salary cuts to suspensions.

In 1978, outfielder Bárbaro Garbey was banned from Cuban baseball for his part in match-fixing. He defected from Cuba to the United States in 1980 and later that year signed a contract with the Detroit Tigers to join their minor league organization. The match-fixing incidents were revealed for the first time in the American press on May 22, 1983 by the Miami Herald. In an interview with Garbey, Herald writer Peter Richmond brought up match-fixing allegations and Garbey admitted to playing a part in the scheme. Garbey was allowed to continue his minor league career, but the Tigers were prevented from calling him up by ruling of the National Commission president John H. Johnson. The ruling was lifted in 1984 and the Tigers called Garbey up from the minors. Garbey later returned to Cuba and became a manager.

In 1982, the ten members of the Cuban national baseball team who participated in that year’s Central American and Caribbean Games were arrested and sentenced to between two and four years in prison for fixing games.

In 1997, 22 players in the Chinese Professional Baseball League were sentenced to between seven and 30 months in prison for match-fixing. So many of the members of China Times Eagles were involved in the plot that the team fielded mostly rookies in that season’s championship series.