Astros third baseman Alex Bregman made a huge move recently when he parted ways with his sports agency, Klutch Sports, and it appears it was influenced by last week’s announcement that Uninterrupted is helping produce a documentary about the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal.
Uninterrupted is a film production company co-founded by fellow Klutch athlete LeBron James.
The Athletic reported earlier this week that Bregman “felt angry and betrayed” that his now former agent would allow a company with ties to James to cash in on that particular topic.
It should also be noted that Bregman decision’s isn’t entirely about that move as the report states the 2019 AL MVP runner up was also frustrated with Scoffield’s overall guidance during the controversy.
The film is expected to be entitled “Sign Language” and will give “viewers an inside look at the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal and its unprecedented fallouts, making it one of the most far-reaching cheating schemes in sport’s history.”
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