First-time A fans booed Astros players for stealing the signals


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A-team fans had to wait a year to be booed at Astros players for stealing the team’s signals in 2017 and 2018. They seized the opportunity on Opening Day 2021. Thursday at the Colosseum. The crowd chanted “cheats” during the national anthem and raised banners calling for Astros. They had the pleasure of striking Chris Bassett, starting A player, Correa in the left shoulder with a fast 94 mph shot in the fourth half. “Hearing this wasn’t fun, I didn’t think so, but we played really well so it didn’t matter. I hope we keep playing well and there won’t be much of a problem.” 8-1 And Bregman hit a long way at home in the eighth game. Altuve, Bregman, Correa and Yuli Gurriel are the only place players from the 2017 Astros team that won the World Series over the Dodgers in seven matches. In late 2019, ex-Astros player Mike Verse blew the whistle in Houston’s Activities this tournament season. The team photographed signs for hunters with a camera in the center of the field that was attached to a screen installed behind the Houston bunker. Once Astros knows what pitch is coming, someone will hit the trash can to notify the hitters. Audience went. No player was suspended because Commissioner Rob Manfred granted them immunity in exchange for their full cooperation. Subsequently, Astros manager AJ Hensch and Red Sox manager Alex Cora – Hinche’s coach off the bench in 2017 – were suspended for the 2020 season for their role in the scandal. They were also expelled by their respective clubs. Astros fired then general manager Geoff Luno as well. Carlos Beltran, who played in 17 Astros and is accused of being the leader of the Operation Gang, was fired from the position of director of Mets, and in the latest season, Red Sox re-contracted Cora and appointed Tiger Hinch to be their new manager. -theft. Challenger Korea backed Altuve’s claims during spring training in 2020. Altuve also denied wearing a whistle under his shirt at ALCS 2019 against the Yankees. The controversy erupted after Correa hit the home game against Aroldis Chapman in Match 6 to send Houston to the World Championship, and the diminutive star indicated that he did not want his shirt to be torn off in celebration. Houston would have lost to the Nationals at seven.


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