Since the end of the 2019 season that saw the Washington Nationals win their first ever World Series title, the headlines have been dominated by the Houston Astros.
All it took was an article and a former player and ex-employees to blow the whistle on the franchise using tactics to gain an edge on opposing pitchers.
We’ve had allegations of a camera in the outfield being connected to a TV in the dugout where an employee would bang on a trash can to signal a batter when a certain pitch was coming. We’ve had whistling allegations as well as possible use of buzzing band-aids as well.
Pete Rose has trouble believing that the Astros would be able to communicate the signs fast enough for the batter to benefit.
The MLB legend stopped by to talk to ABC 13’s David Nuno to talk about the Astros’ alleged involvement in sign-stealing and explain why he’s not buying into the scandal.