Jose Altuve, Alex Bregman speak out on Astros' cheating scandal

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"We know they were cheated on a real shot at a championship", said Koretz. The owner of the Astros then fired Hinch and Luhnow.

The resolution, co-sponsored by Councilmen Gil Cedillo and Paul Koretz, originated after Commissioner Rob Manfred released a nine-page report on January 13 detailing how the Astros used technology in violation of baseball rules to steal opposing teams' pitching signs during the 2017 season. Major League Baseball opted not to punish players or strip the team of its title.

An investigation into the Red Sox is still underway, but the club has already parted ways with manager Joey Cora.

Altuve spoke for the first time about and had one thing on his mind: World Series.

Stroman had shared a video of himself pitching against Houston in 2017 during which there seems to be the noise of a garbage can banging, part of the Astros' scheme to relay signs to hitters.

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"Athletes that don't cheat want to compete fairly and want to earn their title", said Gilbert Cedillo, who introduced the resolution with fellow L.A. Councilman Paul Koretz and reps the district where Dodger Stadium sits.

The Houston Astros are searching for a new manager and general manager after the club fired A.J. Hinch and Jeff Luhnow in the wake of an Major League Baseball report that detailed how the team used technology to steal signs during the 2017 and 2018 Major League Baseball seasons.

Beltran was a member of the Astros roster during the 2017 season and went 3-for-4 against Stroman during the August 2017 game.

"This crisis goes beyond the sport and the game", Cedillo said. This could send an important message to little boys and girls that you need to play hard by the rules, or you can learn that cheating is the new normal.

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