February 14, 2020

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Astros whistled in World Series

The Astros sincerity is not the only reason that his apologies do not feel enough.

In investigating Houston's stolen signals program, MLB received evidence that Houston had used illegal methods during their World Series title for the first time in 2017, and parts of 2018. An MLB reported that he had no abuse. Last year, although the Astros were widely suspected of using the system, focusing on allegations from Jose Altuve wearing an electronic device and Dublin winner Aroldis Chapman, beaten by him.

The Yankees believe they have been treated in the ALCS for the second time in three years. The Nationals believe that they have ever defended their World League championship, which was claimed during Game 7 in Houston. Washington catcher, Kurt Suzuki, said that the team of Astros could hear their vigilance at the pitch that was in line with a whistleblowing system, which was built by the previous Yankees.

“Oh, yeah, no question,” said Suzuki to the Washington Post when asked whether the Astros were cheating in the World Series. We heard their whistle. What will you do?

“The whole thing was crazy. I went up on signs a few times, forced me to call time and bring us out of rhythm. I kept thinking, dúinn We need to go to the field and work early on our signs in the World Series to stop their cheating. 'It's so stupid and so wrong. ”

During the ALCS, The Post reported that Yankees coaches were upset with whistling coming from the Houston bench, believed to be part of the stolen program.

“I don't think it's secret that they do it,” said an AL West official to the Post. “They are piping pipes. We heard that they have cameras all over the field and that there is some way of communicating from their prey. Just look at their home record. ''

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