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Has Controversial Spinout Permanently Damaged Clint Bowyer’s Reputation?

During the 1919 World Series between the Chicago White Sox and the Cincinnati Reds, the sports world was rocked when eight White Sox players were discovered to have intentionally contributed to the White Sox's eventual loss to the Reds in order to receive money from gamblers. Those eight men, dubbed the "Black Sox," were made into pariahs of the sport and were accused of selling out following their lifetime ban from Major League Baseball. It's a different era, a different sport, and different implications altogether, but Clint Bowyer is NASCAR's newest pariah all the same.  By spinning out late in the going during Saturday night's Sprint Cup race at Richmond, Bowyer attempted to alter the Chase field in order to help teammate Mar...

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