Players of Houston Astros apologizes for Houston
Players of Houston Astros apologizes for sign stealing scandal.
The Second Baseman to Houston Astros, Jose Altuve, and Alex Bregman, the third baseman of Astros, have apologized for the part they played in the sign-stealing scandal. The scandal has rocked the world of baseball, and the recent championship victory of Astros has come under scrutiny following the disclosure. Both the players made a brief statement to the reporters about the controversy.
The apologies by the players have come precisely one month after Major League Baseball suspended the team’s manager and general manager. They have been accused of stealing the pitching signs of opponents during the 2017 season, where they won the title. Both the managers were fired shortly after suspension.
Altuve apologized for the choices that were made by him, his team, and the organization as a whole. He added that his whole organization feels terrible about what occurred in 2017. He also said that he hoped that Astros would regain the trust of fans.