Trevor Bauer has been one of the most outspoken players when it comes to the widespread criticism directed at the Houston Astros, but the Cincinnati Reds pitcher hopes the overreaching result from the
The Philadelphia Phillies superstar specifically mentioned how New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge lost out to the Astros’ Jose Altuve in AL MVP voting in 2017.
Houston Astros owner Jim Crane sidestepped providing a direct response when asked by the media Wednesday about Major League Baseball’s investigation into sign-stealing allegations involving the New Yo
Cleveland Indians pitcher Mike Clevinger zeroed in on the latter recently while weighing in on the backlash to the Astros’ initial handling of the situation.
The Houston Astros’ cheating scandal unsurprisingly has been the talk of Major League Baseball as spring training gets underway amid the fallout from the league’s damning investigation into the organi
Minnesota Twins utility player Marwin Gonzalez on Tuesday apologized for the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing controversy, saying he’s “remorseful” for his role in the scandal.
David Ortiz is not about to let the Houston Astros off the hook for the organization’s damning sign-stealing transgressions, but the Boston Red Sox legend nevertheless believes it is time to move on f
CC Sabathia has not held back his anger this week while reacting to the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal, and the recently retired pitcher took it to another level by profanely going scorched ear
New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge took to Twitter Tuesday night to issue a humorously nonplussed reaction to the bombshell sign-stealing scandal currently plaguing the Houston Astros organization.
Senator Ben Sasse on Wednesday was the source of one of the oddest scenes of an already-off-the-rails confirmation hearing of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett when he condemned the Houston Astr
The Houston Astros entered the 2020 MLB season as the biggest villains in baseball thanks to the damning results of an investigation into their sign-stealing practices.
The Houston Astros are attempting to buy back a 2017 World Series ring currently up for auction for only $1, and the team is citing its legal right to the memorabilia as the reason.
Such an unconventional and adaptive setup recently allowed the New York Mets broadcasting crew to deliver a vicious broadside at the expense of the Houston Astros.
Houston Astros outfielder Josh Reddick attempted to zing a Twitter troll by sharing a photo of his World Series ring from 2017, but the case can be made that his retort only reinforced how the team’s
New York Yankees reliever Zach Britton capitalized on ESPN televising the team’s spring training game against the BoSox on Tuesday.