As February arrives, usually it means one thing for baseball fans… baseball. However, this February has been much different. With the feel of an episode of The Jerry Springer Show, drama stemming from the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal has given networks (and websites) enough daily bulletin board material to last a lifetime.
From players battling each other through the media to the commissioner completely de-valuing the World Series trophy — you know, the Commissioner’s Trophy — fans and players all over are making it abundantly clear:
They’re not happy with the Astros punishment, the players involved, the attempted apology by the organization, and now commissioner Rob Manfred.
And for Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, while he’s happy his players are passionate about the transgressions of the Astros, he also concedes that it’s time to move on.
“I think that our guys have handled it really well, considering what has taken place and what has been talked about.”
— SportsNet LA (@SportsNetLA) February 15, 2020
Everyone has their right to kind…