Los Angeles Angels fans got their money’s worth trolling and spotting with the Houston Astros coming to the ballpark for the start of a three-game series early in the normal 2021 season.
The game was interrupted twice during the game on Monday night when a fan threw an explosive trash can on the pitch at Angel Stadium. Moments later, a real waste can hit the warning track. Houston players were also exposed to “Astros suck” chants, according to ESPN.
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Astros players were not exposed to this in the 2020 shortened season because fans were excluded from ballpark due to coronavirus restrictions. Fans still seemed bitter about the cheating scandal that forced the layoffs of Jeff Luhnow and AJ Hinch. No active players were involved.
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Current Astros manager Dusty Baker claimed their debt had already been paid.
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“You can tell how much hostility and amount of hatred in the stands,” Baker told ESPN. “How many in the stands have never done anything wrong in their lives? We paid the price for it. How many people have not cheated on a test or anything at some point. I mean it’s easy if you live in glass houses, but i do not think anyone lives in glass houses.
“I think sometimes we have to look at ourselves before you spread hatred for someone else. It’s a sad situation for America for me when you hear things – I mean, what should the kids think “And some of them are children who follow their parents. It’s sad for me. People make mistakes. We paid for ours, and I wish they would leave it alone.”
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The Angels won the game 7-6 to give Houston its first loss of the season.