‘Stealing the WS sign was true’ shock → ringleader boasts before scandal erupts ‘caught’

February 4, 2023 0 Comments

 It was revealed that Boston coach Alex Cora (Boston), who was most deeply involved in Houston’s ‘sign stealing’ in the 2017 season, proudly said that he had ‘stealed his sign’ the following year after the incident broke out.

The American media’Boston Herald’ said on the 3rd 토토사이트 (Korean time), “A book written by former Harold reporter Evan Drelich will be published. In that book, Cora was almost fired from the Houston Astros’ bench coach before becoming manager of the Boston Red Sox. , and then revealed in detail the cheating to win the 2017 World Series.”

During the 2017 season, Houston used an electronic device to steal signs. Cora, who was a bench coach at the time, stole the sign by telecommunication through a phone connected to the replay room. I hid phones and smartwatches that cannot be brought in according to the regulations and received them via text message. Afterwards, he instructed to install a monitor next to the dugout to see the signal of the center field camera, and after watching the video, he passed it on to the batter by knocking on the trash can.

The incident was exposed after the 2019 season by Ken Rosendall and Drelich of the American media’The Athletic’. As a result, Cora, who had been in charge of Boston since the 2019 season, was suspended for one year. Cora returned to her post a year after the suspension was over.

The book, written by Drelich, revealed what Cora had told Boston players before being exposed for sign stealing. “Corra sometimes talked about, even braggled on, sign stealing in Houston in 2017, sometimes late at night,” Drelich said, citing an unnamed Boston member. “Especially when he started drinking, Cora was like, ‘We stole the World Series,'” he said.

“We knew Houston was doing sign stealing,” another member told Drillich. .We didn’t have to get on base,’ and we were like, ‘What the hell does that mean?'”

However, Houston’s sign-stealing scandal was later exposed and coach Cora was suspended for one year. When she returned, Cora said, “I don’t want to talk about what happened in 2017. It’s a hard lesson.”

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