MLB's End Date On Red Sox Investigation Curiously Keeps Moving Back, Though Reports Of Severity Have Not ChangedThat MLB investigation into the Red Sox just keeps chugging along.
Astros Owner Jim Crane Magnificently Bungles 'Apology' For Sign-Stealing Upon Arrival At Spring TrainingOn the effort to properly apologize and explain their situation in the cheating scandal, the Houston Astros swung. And the Houston Astros missed. (If only they had someone standing off stage to tell them what to do.)
Even More Details Emerge On Astros' Cheating Scandal, Showing Rob Manfred Has A Problem On His Hands“Neither the players alone, nor the front office, are to blame," Diamond wrote. "The Astros’ rule-breaking permeated the organization, involving executives, coaches and players."
Report: MLB's Investigation Into Red Sox Will Extend Into Spring TrainingLast week, Rob Manfred said that he hoped to have the investigation into accusations for the Red Sox stealing signs in 2018. Plans, however, sometimes change -- even for commissioners of major sports leagues.
Report: 'Little Evidence Of Cheating' In Red Sox Investigation, Punishment To Be LightEarly indications on MLB's investigation into sign stealing accusations against the Red Sox from the 2018 season are that the incident is not being considered as egregious as the sign-stealing operation utilized by the Astros in 2017.
Manfred: Red Sox Players Won't Be Punished, Investigation Hopefully Will Conclude Next WeekMLB commissioner Rob Manfred spoke Thursday at the owners meeting, and he addressed the ongoing investigation into allegations of sign stealing committed by the Red Sox during the 2018 season.
Rob Manfred’s Ruling On Astros' Cheating Scheme Had One Insane ConclusionThe avalanche of major, breaking news kind of made us overlook one significant detail: The Astros' players cheated. "Virtually all" of them. And none of them are being held accountable.
Report: Red Sox Allegedly Used Video To Steal Sign Sequences During 108-Win 2018 SeasonIn November, MLB opened up an investigation into potential sign stealing by the Houston Astros. The investigation was broad, and it's now ensnared the Boston Red Sox in controversy.
Red Sox Fined Undisclosed Amount For Using Electronic Device To Steal SignsThe Red Sox have received a slap on the wrist from Major League Baseball for using an electronic device to steal signs from the New York Yankees.
Heyman: Red Sox Should Forfeit All Victories Vs. Yankees After Getting Caught CheatingJon Heyman is going all in.
Report: Red Sox Illegally Stole Signs From YankeesCall it "Spygate, Part 2: Red Sox Edition."