Thus far, NL MVP Cody Bellinger has not spoken about the sign-stealing scandal of the Houston Astros or Boston Red Sox. While many of his Los Angeles Dodgers’ teammates have given their thoughts, Bellinger has remained silent. Remember, Bellinger was a member of both the 2017 and 2018 teams that lost in the World Series to the eventual and supposed sign-stealing opponents.
That is until Sunday, when Bellinger spoke to ESPN’s Alden Gonzalez on the subject.
I spoke with Cody Bellinger about the Dodgers’ quiet offseason, his fast friendship with Christian Yelich, and losing the World Series to a couple of alleged sign-stealing teams.
“It’s gotta come to an end unless it’s gonna be a disaster.” https://t.co/AWP2iW6gUu
— Alden Gonzalez (@Alden_Gonzalez) January 13, 2020
First, Bellinger says that he and his teammates are just waiting to see the punishment that will be handed out from Major League Baseball. About a week ago, a report broke that ‘punishment was expected to be handed down within two weeks’.
“Honestly, we’re curious to see what happens,” Dodgers outfielder Cody Bellinger said Sunday. “It sucks, man. We were close, but we did it the…