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as well as the LA zone in general, will harbor major bad blood against the Houston Astros for cheating and winning the 2017 World Series. "data-reactid =" 15 "> It was already clear that the Los Angeles Dodgers, as well that the LA zone in general will harbor major bad blood against the Houston Astros for cheating and winning the 2017 World Series.
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It's understandable. Losing the last baseball accomplishment in a seven-game series only to find that the other team is cheating will anger.
an exchange with the Los Angeles Angels failed, pushed things a step further on Friday when asked what he could have done if the Astros had become a division rival in western AL. "Data-reactid =" 18 "> The Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling, who will likely stay with the team after a failed Los Angeles Angels trade-off, pushed things a little further on Friday when asked what that he could have done if the Astros had become a divisional rival in Western AL.
His response was "probably" thrown at them when the opportunity arose.
When he thought he was being traded to the Angels, Ross Stripling began to wonder if he was going to intentionally throw an Astros batter to strike back. He concluded that he would probably be in the right place at the right time. I think this is a fascinating question.
- Pedro Moura (@pedromoura) February 14, 2020
This is quite the answer from one of the most jovial and even-tempered players on the Dodgers list. Admitting such a thing now could result in some kind of punishment.
Stripling isn't the only one either, not just among the Dodgers, but all of MLB.
Astros are now baseball bad guys
The Astros face an entire season of being treated as the biggest bad guys in MLB. The team finally apologized Thursday after a humiliating offseason which saw its only World Series title tainted after one of its former players realized a plan in which the team relayed the signs of the pitcher to the hitters through a camera, a monitor adjacent to the canoe and a banging trash can.
especially among other players, as insufficient and laughable at times, such as when owner Jim Crane claimed that his team had cheated "had no impact on the game." By stripling, the Dodgers watched the team’s apology and walked away unimpressed. "Data-reactid =" 26 "> especially among other players, as insufficient and laughable at times, as when owner Jim Crane claimed that his team had cheated" had no impact on the game. " By stripling, the Dodgers watched the apology at a team facility and walked away unimpressed.
Of course, intentionally hitting a player always involves inevitable dangers. No pitcher in the world has perfect control, and all it takes is a fastball in the wrong place to ruin a career or even a life.
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