Astros 2017 World Series DVD Shows Exactly Where & How They Cheated
© Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports
Further proof has been uncovered that the Houston Astros were stealing signs in 2017. That new proof has come straight from their 2017 World Series DVD and it supports these reports...
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A feed from a camera in center field, fixed on the opposing catcher’s signs, was hooked up to a television monitor that was placed on a wall steps from the team’s home dugout at Minute Maid Park, in the tunnel that runs between the dugout and the clubhouse. Team employees and players would watch the screen during the game and try to decode signs — sitting opposite the screen on massage tables in a wide hallway.
Proof...

Filed Under: MLB
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

Comments

30 Comments
That’s a lot of information being transferred within 3 seconds...
Reply16 days
Stealing signs is part of the game. If you used technology to do it, you're just smarter about it.
Reply19 days
Pretty much every champion at that level is cheating. It always comes out years later and nobody cares.
Reply20 days
I didnt watch any of the season or playoffs, but I used to play. I just saw the videos and see NOTHING showing a video feed, picture, or anything close to it. What was I supposed to see? A laptop on a table with no screen visible, and I'm supposed to say that's proof of cheating?
Reply20 days
20 days
That's a link to a short youtube video that explains it - there's more info out there but that'll get you started. same guy has an 11 minute video that gets into their drastic improvement from 2016 to 2017
20 days
Cheatin F'ers!!
Reply20 days
"If you're not cheating, you're not trying" - John Madden 1976
Reply20 days
I still don't see a video showing evidence of anything...."I heard" the laptop was used to shop Craigslist ads during rain delays...If you need to me testify, I am available...
Reply20 days
Sounds like a bunch of whiney arse Democrats with this BS.
Reply20 days
they definitely cheated
Reply20 days
Wait! Is it the table on the left of the screen? That is a pizza box - like a person pan pizza box from the stadium flattened out not a laptop.
Reply20 days
Hahahaha pause and zoom in, that’s exactly what that is!
20 days
KCT
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I don't even know what I'm looking at. All I got from 8t was that Altuve is good at running up steps.
Reply20 days
do people still watch baseball? didn't the SW Missouri football game have more viewers?
Reply20 days
MLB better be careful how they deal with this. It was a league-wide issue, not just with the Astros. All you crying Yankees fans should already know this.
Reply20 days
cramps, did that matter when the Braves caught paying international prospects under the table? They can’t punish every team. They are going to make an example of the Astros that will serve a dual purpose of punishing the Astros and warning everyone else.
20 days
You think this might be a league-wide ban on pizza in the clubhouse?
20 days
SOMEONE CHEATED IN BASEBALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No way!
Reply20 days
that doesnt prove anything
Reply20 days
They are CHEATERS just like the Patriots but some Louisiana fans wanna show loyalty to the Astros. That's not our state team.
Reply20 days
Suck a phat chode... This video proves nothing... neither does the other video. Are you willing to call your LSU bball team "CHEATERS?" - Cause, I'm not. At this point there have been some damn strong accusations, but nobody has proven anything.
20 days
What’s the MLB state team of Louisiana
20 days
Like the Saints and their D Coordinator ? Or maybe their MVP rapist on Defense in 09.
20 days
So out of place. Who the frick puts a trash can next to a table?
Reply21 days
Or a laptop on a table!?!?!
20 days
That just proves there is a laptop sitting on a table.
Reply21 days
They should receive the stiffest possible punishment
Reply21 days
Found the BIG MAD Yankees fan
20 days
This shite is fricking WEAK
Reply21 days
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