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Keuchel Apologizes For Cheating


Lou

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A member of the 2017 Houston Astros has expressed remorse over the team's illegal sign-stealing.

Chicago White Sox pitcher Dallas Keuchel apologized Friday while speaking with the media and added it was "not like every game we had it going on," according to Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune.

"It's just what the state of baseball was at that point in time," the left-hander said, according to Madeline Kenney of the Chicago Sun-Times. "Was it against the rules? Yes, it was. And I personally am sorry for what's come about the whole situation."

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11 minutes ago, Lou said:

Chicago White Sox pitcher Dallas Keuchel apologized Friday while speaking with the media and added it was "not like every game we had it going on," according to Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune.

It happened in the World Series. Shame!

SMH

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38 minutes ago, Lou said:

A member of the 2017 Houston Astros has expressed remorse over the team's illegal sign-stealing.

Chicago White Sox pitcher Dallas Keuchel apologized Friday while speaking with the media and added it was "not like every game we had it going on," according to Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune.

"It's just what the state of baseball was at that point in time," the left-hander said, according to Madeline Kenney of the Chicago Sun-Times. "Was it against the rules? Yes, it was. And I personally am sorry for what's come about the whole situation."

This is not an apology 

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57 minutes ago, Lou said:

"It's just what the state of baseball was at that point in time," the left-hander said, according to Madeline Kenney of the Chicago Sun-Times. "Was it against the rules? Yes, it was. And I personally am sorry for what's come about the whole situation."

So, make excuse....then act like it was technically against the rules, but not that big of a deal....then give a half-hearted apology about the way things turned out  (getting caught).    He would have been better off just shutting up.   At least he didn't predict the White Sox would be in the world series....

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What’s done is done.  They got caught.  Their championship is tainted.  No one has any control over whether the individuals involved give a shit about that.  Whether they care or not.  The World Series isn’t going to vacated.  So it is what it is.  I don’t really care to hear about it anymore tbh.  MLB is hopefully doing what it has to in order to stop this particular type of cheating.  I think as always someone is going to be trying to get one over with some new scheme.  This is the way of things. 

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