L.A. Politicians Officially Demand MLB Turn Over WS Titles To Dodgers

Ruben Fields
January 22, 2020

The Houston Astros are searching for a new manager and general manager after the club fired A.J. Hinch and Jeff Luhnow in the wake of an Major League Baseball report that detailed how the team used technology to steal signs during the 2017 and 2018 Major League Baseball seasons.

Both councilmen said the resolution is symbolic and represents a larger ideological fight. Koretz hopes that the resolution is an example of fraud not being tolerated as President Trump accused and prosperous families of the university admissions scandal. Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred's report said that the Astros used camera technology monitored by members of the Astros watching a monitor who would then relay the signs to the batter by making noise.

The Dodgers lost to the Astros in seven games in 2017 and the Red Sox in five games in 2018. "We're going to be in the World Series again".

You can understand why the Dodgers are bothered by what happened with the Astros and possibly the Red Sox, and some star players have sounded off about it.

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In addition to MLB imposing a one-year suspension against GM Jeff Luhnow and manager AJ Hinch, MLB fined the Astros $5 million and stripped four future draft picks from Houston. "We have to send a message". "There have been scandals in the past over the century-plus that we've had Major League Baseball in this country".

Cedillo said that neither he nor Koretz had spoken to the Dodgers about the resolution.

"I remember wondering how these guys were laying off some of my nasty pitches", Stroman said. "It's about being American".

"We want it to be clear that this city has spoken out in favor of their team".

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