After the Indians lost the American League Division Series to the Astros in a three-game sweep last week, Cleveland said a man was seen with a cellphone standing by the photographer's pit at Progressive Field, the Indians' home park, October 8. Red Sox manager (and former Astros bench coach) Alex Cora agreed.
That probe actually revealed that McLaughlin was trying to determine whether the Red Sox themselves were illegally using video monitors to steal signs from the Astros.
The MLB league office told Metro they are aware of the matter and will handle it internally. It also had a hugely controversial call, and that's why fans of the defending World Series champion Astros aren't likely to press this game into the family scrapbook.
Bregman couldn't go deep against Eovaldi as he and teammates George Springer and Jose Altuve had back in June, however - the back-to-back-to-back event he posted on Instagram on Monday - and for all the old-school love of making contact, the Red Sox's ability to hit the ball out of the yard made the difference.
Boston Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr., left, and left fielder Andrew Benintendi seen here.
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In the third inning, security confronted the man, who did not have a credential for that area.
Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported the Cleveland Indians filed a complaint with Major League Baseball regarding the Astros trying to film the inside of their dugout during Game 3 of the ALDS.
The Red Sox are 3-0 on the road so far in this postseason, having defeated the Yankees twice in the AL Division Series; the Yankees put up a 54-28 record at the Stadium, and the Astros were 48-35 at Minute Maid Park, though they have been an even better 59-25 away from home. "I'm not concerned about it though". "I'm anxious about the game".
As Passan notes, however, the Astros aren't the only organization that has been accused of this manner of sign-stealing efforts. Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer tweeted during the regular season that Houston's pitchers may have been using banned substances to improve the spin on their pitches.