Trevor Bauer took off his endless trolling Houston Astros to another level Saturday. “data-reactid =” 16 “> Trevor Bauer took his endless trolling of the Houston Astros to another level Saturday.
Chicago White Sox, that Cincinnati Reds right-handed running to the high sports brace with an obvious reference to Houston̵
The reference, of course, is to the most talked about aspect of Houston’s scheme – hitting a dugout trash can to send signals to the batter.
for passwords used by Houston. “data-reactid =” 25 “> If that was not obvious enough, the phrases” Dark Arts “and” Codebreaker “are written on the back with reference to passwords used by Houston.
Mike proud whistle. Astroswas fined $ 5 million, lost their two best picks in the next two drafts and saw general manager Jeff Luhnow and manager AJ Hinch hit with a one-year suspension. Both were fired the day the sentence was announced. “Data-reactid =” 26 “> Major League Baseball launched an investigation into the Astros scheme after former pitcher Mike Fiers’ whistle. The Astros were fined $ 5 million, losing their two best picks in the next two drafts and then general manager Jeff Luhnow and manager AJ Hinch hit with a one-year suspension, both fired the day the penalty was announced.
Alex Bregman. Since the scandal broke, Bauer has been among Houston’s most outspoken critics. It included a spring training media session where he brand Astros “cheaters” and “hypocrites.”“data-reactid =” 27 “> Bauer had previously been involved in a social media-driven feud with Astro’s third baseman Alex Bregman. Since the scandal broke, Bauer has been among Houston’s most outspoken critics. branded the Astros as “cheaters” and “hypocrites.”
Now, almost 10 months removed from the original report, Bauer is still not ready to let it go. Since he is not going to face the Astros in the regular season, he apparently felt that Saturday’s national video game against the White Sox was the best time to break out of his custom cleats.
They certainly had people talking.
I bet Rob Manfred freaks out with Fox giving so much attention to Trevor Bauer
– Jason Brown (@brown_jason) September 20, 2020
And there is no doubt that Bauer loves attention.
Speaking of which, Bauer’s pitching this season has definitely caught our attention. He went into Saturday’s start with a 1.71 ERA. With a week left in the regular season, he could possibly be the leading candidate to win the National League Cy Young Award.