Hi, and welcome to another edition of Dodgers Dugout. My name is Houston Mitchell, and I’m looking back at my fond memories of the 2017 World Series champion Dodgers.Astros are a bunch of cheatersWere you living under a rock and missed the news? The Houston Astros (allegedly) stole signs throughout the 2017 postseason, the season in which they defeated the Dodgers in the World Series.Last week, an article published on the Athletic website contends that the Astros stole signs electronically — an illegal practice — during the 2017 season. Two people told the Athletic that the Astros’ use of the system extended into the 2017 playoffs. Another person denied that, saying the system ended before the postseason.The story describes how the Astros relayed catchers’ signs in real time at home games using a camera in the outfield and a monitor placed in a tunnel between their dugout and clubhouse. A noise from the dugout (some say banging a garbage can, some say whistling) would then help the batter know what pitch was coming. Mike Fiers, a pitcher on the Astros that season, confirmed the system’s existence. Advertisement There is a ton of circumstantial evidence out there to look at, from… Read full this story
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