"And we don't get caught up on the whole paranoia thing of the signs", he said.
The concerns over spying - high tech and low brow - obsess all teams now and that fixation spilled into the ALCS. That employee was removed.
"I'm aware of something going on, but I haven't been briefed", Astros manager A.J. Hinch said after Tuesday's Game 3.
All of the suspicion has added to the length of each game, as both teams' catchers have routinely walked to the mound to confer with their pitchers, usually while covering their mouths with their gloves.
With two out and two on in the Red Sox' half of the third inning in ALCS Game 3 on Tuesday, Steve Pearce drove a fly ball deep to left field that seemed certain to hit the wall and drive home both baserunners.
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While it's yet to be proven if the Astros were doing anything illegal, the two incidents have raised further questions about the use of electronic equipment during games and whether Houston has been cheating. The initial implication was that the employee was attempting to steal signs and relay them to the Astros.
Red Sox security reportedly was warned about the man due to suspicious activity in Houston's ALDS against the Cleveland Indians.
The influx and increase of technology have swelled frets of spying and hacking within the game. Plate umpire Joe West didn't see that Holt was hit, but Red Sox Manager Alex Cora challenged successfully for the hit-by-pitch. Correa has said subsequently that he began foraging in Houston's data because he was concerned the Astros - whose baseball operations department was run by former employees of the Cardinals - had illegally swiped proprietary information from the Cardinals. "I don't think we were underprepared, they just went out and executed and played the way you need to play to win".
According to Yahoo, a pair of Major League Baseball players claimed to have witnessed the Astros banging a trash can in the dugout in recent years, ostensibly to indicate to the hitter what the upcoming pitch would be.
"Two major league players said they have witnessed the Astros hitting a trash can in the dugout in recent years and believe it is a way to relay signals to hitters".