In the latest episode of “as the scandal turns,” former Dodger Yu Darvish is in the news once again and ready to continue the conversation about his World Series performance against the Houston Astros in 2017.
During Chicago’s “Cubs Convention” (their version of FanFest), the 33 year-old had his first opportunity to talk at length about the Astros recent indictment by MLB. Up until this point he had mostly took to Twitter to share thoughts on the revelation that the Astros had been using tech to steal signs during the 2017 season, including the postseason.
Now Darvish really wants to know if Houston batters knew what was coming thanks to more than just tipped pitches.
Cubs’ Yu Darvish wants to know if Astros were stealing signs in 2017 World Series – Chicago Sun-Times https://t.co/VSU3QjxAkH
— USA Sport24 (@USASport24) January 18, 2020
“That’s what I want to know. A couple of Astros players told me I was tipping pitches, but now it comes out they were stealing signs. Was I tipping, or were they stealing?”
Going back a bit, when the sign stealing accusations first came out in November, the pitcher took to social media for a little tongue in cheek fun…