The Red Sox are 3-0 on the road so far in this postseason, having defeated the Yankees twice in the AL Division Series; the Yankees put up a 54-28 record at the Stadium, and the Astros were 48-35 at Minute Maid Park, though they have been an even better 59-25 away from home. It was reported that the man "had a small camera and was texting frequently, but did not have a media credential".
Major League Baseball is investigating the Houston Astros after a man affiliated with the team appeared to be shooting video of the Boston Red Sox during Game 1 of the American League Championship Series.
Asked if he thought anything untoward was going on at Fenway Park during Games 1 and 2, Cora said, "No, I don't".
'I'm aware of something going on, but I haven't been briefed, ' Astros manager A.J. Hinch said after his team lost 8-2 in Houston in Game 3 on Tuesday.
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He was watching their dugout to ensure they weren't stealing signs or doing something else nefarious. The Astros will Defend H-Town in the ALCS against the Red Sox .
A loud thud is heard, then audible laughter, followed by Castiglione piping in, matter-of-factly, "I just went head over heels in my chair".
"I'm always concerned about [sign-stealing] throughout the season", Cora said after the game. But if you want to consider it "spying", they were only "spying" to make sure that the Red Sox were not spying. Passan also details a complaint filed by the Athletics, who alleged that the Astros were using a clapping-based system from the dugout to relay stolen signs to the players on the field during an August game. In response to these calls, the Commissioner's Office reinforced the existing rules with all playoff Clubs and undertook proactive measures, including instituting a new prohibition on the use of certain in-stadium cameras, increasing the presence of operations and security personnel from Major League Baseball at all Postseason games and instituting a program of monitoring Club video rooms.
It's only been one game in Houston, and the Red Sox have already accomplished that, and in electrifying fashion as well.
"It's part of the game now", Red Sox catcher Blake Swihart tells Speier.