LA City Council Asking MLB To Award 2017, 2018 World Series Titles To The Dodgers
© Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports
Now that the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox have been caught cheating, the Los Angeles City Council wants those World Series titles handed over to the Dodgers...
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Councilman Gil Cedillo, one of the sponsors of the resolution, said he expects the council to approve it. As of late Wednesday, the city clerk had not yet determined what day the resolution would come up for a vote.

Cedillo, whose district includes Dodger Stadium, said neither the Dodgers nor his constituents had requested the resolution.

“This is an equity and justice thing,” Cedillo said. “Who was the best team in 2017? Who was the best team in 2018? It was the Dodgers. They got beat by teams that were cheating.


Do you think the Dodgers should get those titles?
Filed Under: MLB
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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Geaux Stros!!! Can’t wait to start the DAT on March 26!
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LA City Council? LOfrickinL
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Right cause I'm sure the Dodgers are squeaky clean....LOL they just didn't get caught along with every other team not names Astros and Red Sox
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Dumb
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Shouldn’t the LA city Council worry more about literally getting the fecal matter off of the streets?
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Now, this is coming from the state that won’t let schools suspend students until high school, regardless of what they’ve done. Also, the state that will fine you 1000 if you shower and do a load of laundry in the same day.
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This is embarrassing
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fricking California.
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Long live the asterisk.
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That’s not how this works. That’s not how any of this works.
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They can't do that, but the Astros should definitely be stripped of it.
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And, the Red Sox. This is not Astros exclusive, just the only one MLB has ruled on.
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No. Just no
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