Houston Astros caught cheating in 2017: Manager and GM......FIRED! Dusty Baker HIRED!

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Plot twist

“The net effect of the banging comes astonishingly close to being zero,” Arthur wrote on Jan. 30. “Nothing. Statistically, for all the work and effort that went into the cheating scheme, the grand result of it ... turned out to be no runs at all.”

:lol:

I was just gonna post this!!!

Told you just chill and keep ya mouths shut and the tide will enviably swing back.

But ummm

It would STILL mean yall cheated

And if it did not help.

Wtf stupid sh*t is that?

And also you can stop finger pointing and dry snitching cause every other team can claim the same thing now
 

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:lol:

I was just gonna post this!!!

Told you just chill and keep ya mouths shut and the tide will enviably swing back.

But ummm

It would STILL mean yall cheated

And if it did not help.

Wtf stupid sh*t is that?

And also you can stop finger pointing and dry snitching cause every other team can claim the same thing now
Yeah it makes it look even worse in my opinion... you didn't need to do it, but you did anyways...
 

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Plot twist

“The net effect of the banging comes astonishingly close to being zero,” Arthur wrote on Jan. 30. “Nothing. Statistically, for all the work and effort that went into the cheating scheme, the grand result of it ... turned out to be no runs at all.”

You know real talk...

I believe the astros did this

And it barely helped if at all

and like most stupid ball players just kept doing it out of superstition and habit.

So just of stupid?

The deserve the hate

But this take championship back stuff need to stop.

Asterisk is as FAR as I'm willing to go
 

spider705

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You know real talk...

I believe the astros did this

And it barely helped if at all

and like most stupid ball players just kept doing it out of superstition and habit.

So just of stupid?

The deserve the hate

But this take championship back stuff need to stop.

Asterisk is as FAR as I'm willing to go
Baseball superstitions are CRAZY
 

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Baseball superstitions are CRAZY
Fam bookmark this

That is ALL THIS IS.

And nerds running baseball coercing players with analytical stuff

They still assholes

and i swear THAT caused all these hysterics

But now you got dudes out here acting like the astros were some damn d3 squad.
 

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Fam bookmark this

That is ALL THIS IS.

And nerds running baseball coercing players with analytical stuff

They still assholes

and i swear THAT caused all these hysterics

But now you got dudes out here acting like the astros were some damn d3 squad.
Man I'll just say it:
We pissed off the wrong franchisees and fan bases

(Sox, Yanks, Dodgers)
 

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Alex Rodriguez ripped the Astros for not being as remorseful as he was over cheating


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March 3, 2020 5:52 pm
In the months since the Astros cheating scandal turned the baseball world upside down, players and fans have been quick to comment about Houston’s cheating, the punishment (or lack thereof) and the team’s apology.
On Tuesday, noted cheater Alex Rodriguez chimed in on the scandal, and he too was disappointed in the Astros’ response.
While calling a Grapefruit League matchup between the Yankees and Red Sox on ESPN, Rodriguez compared his PED use and suspension during his playing career to how the Astros handled their own cheating scandal this offseason.
Rodriguez was hit with a 211-game suspension stemming from the Biogenesis scandal in 2013. This suspension came four years after he admitted to using steroids earlier in his career. On Tuesday, Rodriguez said he deserved that punishment while the Astros seemingly escaped without punishment or remorse.


He said:
“I think the one thing that has really upset the fans is you cheat, you win a championship, there is no suspension, and then there’s no remorse. The last one I think is probably the worst one because people want to see remorse. They want a real, authentic apology. And they have not received that thus far.”
Rodriguez continued:
“From a guy who has made as many mistakes as anybody on the biggest stage — I served the longest suspension in Major League Baseball history, it cost me well over $35 million, and you know what? I deserved that. And as a result, I came back. I owned it after acting like a buffoon for a long time. I had my apologies, and then I went dark. I wanted my next move to be contrite, but I also wanted to go out and play good baseball and change my narrative. … You have to be accountable. You’ve earned all this negative talk. You’ve earned whatever comes your way, including whether it’s hit by a pitch or negative press.”
As part of MLB’s investigation, Astros players were offered immunity in exchange for cooperating with the league’s inquiry.
 
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