• Giancarlo Stanton says he could have hit 80 homers if he cheated like Astros

    3 monthes ago - By Yardbarker

    Giancarlo Stanton led Major League Baseball with 59 home runs in 2017, which was the same year the Astros cheated their way to a World Series title with their elaborate sign-stealing scheme. Had Stanton played for Houston that year, he believes he would currently be MLB's home run king. Stanton discussed the Astros' cheating scandal with the media on Thursday, and he echoed the sentiments of many other players across the league. The slugger said he felt the punishment was not nearly harsh enough. He also said he would have hit 80 home runs in 2017 if he knew which pitches were coming...
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  • Josh Reddick: After backlash, Astros intend to 'shut everybody up'

    3 monthes ago - By Yardbarker

    The manner in which the Houston Astros organization has completely bungled its initial handling of the sign-stealing scandal has led to unending mock, ridicule and scorn. It appears the backlash to not only the controversy itself but also the utter mismanagement at an attempt at damage control has gotten under the skin of a few Astros players. Houston outfielder Josh Reddick recently fired back at the critics condemning the Astros by issuing a warning to any and all opponents this season. “At some point, you have to move on and not give a s-t,” Reddick recently told The Washington Post...
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  • Giancarlo Stanton Makes Bold Claim In Response To Astros Stealing Signs

    3 monthes ago - By NESN

    Players across Major League Baseball continue to treat the Houston Astros like a punching bag.
    New York Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton is the latest to land a haymaker.
    The Astros have been getting pummeled since being disciplined last month by MLB for illegally stealing signs during the 2017 season, especially in wake of the team's “apology” falling flat, and Stanton claimed Wednesday at Yankees spring training that he would've done even more damage during his MVP campaign had he known what pitches were coming his way.
    “If I knew what was coming in '17, I probably would have hit...
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  • Josh Reddick knows how Astros can ‘shut everybody up'

    Josh Reddick knows how Astros can ‘shut everybody up'

    3 monthes ago - By New York Post

    At least one Astros player seems to be warming to the team's villainous reputation. Many around baseball have taken issue with the dubious logic in which the Astros players have acknowledged their sign-stealing scandal: Yes, we did it and no, it did not help us win the World Series. Josh Reddick has apparently heard enough...
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  • Josh Reddick: Astros Will 'Shut Everybody Up' Amid Cheating Scandal Criticism

    3 monthes ago - By Bleacher Report

    Houston Astros outfielder Josh Reddick suggested Wednesday that the team is going to let its play do the talking in 2020 amid criticism regarding their illegal sign-stealing tactics in 2017...
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  • Reddick: Astros going to win and 'shut everybody up'

    3 monthes ago - By TheScore

    The Houston Astros seem to be convinced that at least one thing will get everyone to stop talking about their cheating scandal: winning games. Looking to move on from Major League Baseball's biggest black-eye since Biogenesis, which resulted in two Astros employees losing their jobs, the forfeiture of draft picks, and a $5-million fine, outfielder Josh Reddick and right-hander Lance McCullers Jr. weighed in on the chorus of criticism they've received from around the league. "At some point, you have to move on and not give a shit," Reddick said, according to Sam Fortier of the Washington...
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  • Astros players throw shade at Dodgers, say they'll 'shut everybody up' as sign-stealing talk continues

    3 monthes ago - By CBSSports

    Josh Reddick and Lance McCullers Jr. think it's time to move on when discussing Houston's scandal
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