The former player of Big leagues, David Ortiz, criticized the punishment given by Major League Baseball (MLB) to Boston Red Sox, for the theft of signs carried out through videos in the 2018 season.
Ortiz clearly said that what the Red Sox that year is what every organization in MLB they are currently doing and they just don’t see the punishment imposed as fair.
“They searched to see if they found Boston what happened in Houston, and basically not even close was the same, “said the Big daddy.
The team of Fenway park was sanctioned for violating the rules of the MLB and for giving an unequivocal use to the video room. Further, Red Sox lost the second-round pick from this year’s draft and suspended the video operator, J.T Watkins and the former team manager, Alex Cora.
The Dominican was strong at the end of his speech saying that: “I don’t call it a trap. I think it was more an excuse than anything else, “he said. Ortiz.
Boston It is being heavily criticized because they carried out this trap in 2018, the year where they took the title of the World Series before the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Big Papi doesn’t agree with MLB’s punishment. https://t.co/3LXhiivCwZ pic.twitter.com/CvXVK6qdZL
– theScore (@theScore) April 25, 2020