Major League Baseball investigates suspected Astros cheating in ALCS Game 1

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The Astros reportedly try to train cameras on the opposing catcher, manager and bench coach in an effort to steal signs and pick up tendencies. The man was allowed to remain in the stadium but was not allowed back into the media area. Right ankle. Same ankle I hurt in the last game of the season against the Yankees.

For nearly two weeks before the ALDS, the Indians worked diligently to protect their signs because of Houston's alleged sneakiness with this employee. The incident isn't expected to amount to anything more than a fine for Houston, according to a report from ESPN. But the two incidents have raised questions about the use of electronic equipment during games and whether the reigning World Series champions were gaining an unfair edge.

"For him, I know it's a special one", Boston manager Alex Cora said.

During Game 1 of the American League Championship Series at Fenway Park on Saturday, the Red Sox learned of possible attempt by the Houston Astros to acquire an unfair advantage, Dave Dombrowski confirmed after the Sox' 8-2 win in Game 3 last night.

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Major League Baseball chief communications officer Pat Courtney offered the Metro Times a statement via email, which said, "We are aware of the matter and it will be handled internally". With the Red Sox clinging to a 3-2 lead, Hinch went to his closer, an odd choice considering he still had Colin McHugh in the bullpen. "I'm anxious about the game". "So we do a good job of changing sequences and paying attention to details". But did the Astros cheat? And we don't get caught up in the whole paranoia thing [with] the signs. After being asked about the man claiming to be an Astros' employee and the warning given to the Red Sox, an Indians spokesman said via email on Tuesday, "We are not going to comment on this situation".

Earlier this season, Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer intimated on Twitter that Houston's pitchers may have been using banned substances to improve the spin on their pitches.

Cora said he didn't think there was anything going on during the first two games of the series at Fenway. Bauer didn't provide any specifics but his insinuations triggered a social-media storm, which included responses from several Astros players, including pitchers Lance McCullers Jr. and Collin McHugh. But I just heard today'. Bregman's double was the only extra-base hit for a team which entered the game having hit at least one homer in a record 14 straight playoff games.