Suspicion was raised that the Los Angeles Dodgers engaged in ‘sign stealing’ during the World Series.
On the 12th (Korean time), the fan side of the local media in the United States raised that the Los Angeles Dodgers stole the autographs of the Boston Red Sox and the World Series in the 2018 season.
“During the World Series game at Fenway Park, Boston’s home stadium, Joc Pederson went into the Boston team’s power analysis room and secretly looked at the autograph,” he explained.
He added, “At the time, Major League Secretariat staff discovered this, but we are not currently imposing additional sanctions other than warnings.” 바카라사이트
The Dodgers World Series sign-stealing suspicion did not end here.
According to Boston Globe reporter Evan Drillic on the 10th, “An anonymous Boston club official revealed Pederson’s sign stealing. The Dodgers are the team with the most sign stealing in the major leagues.” Even though you know, why don’t you take action?”
Although it’s far from the Dodgers’ sign-stealing case in Houston where Pederson sneakily used an electronic device, entering the opposing team’s power analysis room to see the sign is controversial enough.
However, the fan side also dismissed that there has not yet been a response from the Major League Secretariat and the Boston club.
Therefore, it seems that we will have to wait and see the official response and situation regarding this allegation.