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It’s understandable. If you lose baseball’s ultimate performance in a seven-game series and then find out that the other team cheated, it will cause trouble.
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His answer was “likely” when the opportunity presented itself.
When he thought he was going to be exchanged for the angels, Ross Stripling began to struggle to deliberately attack an Astros batsman to get his revenge. He decided that he would probably be in the right place at the right time. I think that’s a fascinating question.
– Pedro Moura (@pedromoura) February 14, 2020
This is the answer from one of the happier and more balanced players on the Dodgers list. Admitting something like this now could result in punishment.
Stripling is probably not alone, and not just among the Dodgers, but throughout the MLB.
The astros are now baseball villains
The Astros are facing an entire season in which they will be treated like the biggest bad guys of the MLB. The team finally apologized on Thursday after a humiliating off-season, in which its only World Series title was affected, after one of its former players became clear about a scheme in which the team pitcher characters through a camera forwarded the shelter adjacent monitor and a trash can to the bats.
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Of course, deliberately hitting a player always harbors inevitable dangers. No pitcher in the world has the perfect command, and all you need is a fastball in the wrong place to ruin a career or even a life.
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