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Sport Jose Altuve denies that he wore electronic device to tip pitches

03:30  17 january  2020
03:30  17 january  2020 Source:   sports.yahoo.com

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Jose Altuve is VEHEMENTLY denying he ever wore any sort of device to steal signs saying he wasn't electronically tipped off before his ALCS-winning “ Jose Altuve called me and said he wants it known that he has never, ever worn an electronic device in a major league game -- ever," Boras

Social media was abuzz about a potential Astros sign-stealing scheme.

MLB’s cheating scandal went into overdrive on Thursday as baseball Twitter blew up with a conspiracy theory that Houston Astros players wore electronic devices to tip them off to incoming pitches.

Jose Altuve looking at the camera: Jose Altuve's agent Scott Boras encouraged him to respond to allegations © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Jose Altuve's agent Scott Boras encouraged him to respond to allegations "defaming" him. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

The claim gained so much traction that it prompted one of the accused to respond. Second baseman Jose Altuve — the MVP of the 2017 season and World Series — is in the crosshairs of the claims, which he vehemently denied through his agent Scott Boras.

‘Never, ever’

“Jose Altuve called me and said he wants it known that he has never, ever worn an electronic device in a major league game — ever,”Boras told Sports Illustrated’s Tom Verducci. “He never received any form — of a trigger or any information — via an electronic product that was on his body or in his uniform. He has never worn any electronic device. Ever.”

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On Wednesday, the matter of Astros players wearing electronic devices began with tweets stating that star players Jose Altuve and Alex Bregman " wore devices In response to speculation that he did not want his jersey removed because he was wearing an electronic device , Altuve released a

Why the suspicion surrounding Altuve?

The speculation that Altuve wore a device stems in part from his response after hitting a walkoff home run off New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman in the 2019 ALCS. Altuve was seen telling his teammates not to rip his jersey off in celebration, prompting theories that he was wearing a device in light of the 2017 sign-stealing scandal that has engulfed the Astros and Major League Baseball.

Altuve said after the game that he wanted to keep his jersey on for modesty reasons.

Boras told SI that he encouraged Altuve to defend his reputation.

“I told him, ‘They are defaming you as a player and your MVP season,’” Boras said. "You need to respond.’ He already stated publicly his reasons for keeping his shirt on and those are his reasons.”

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FYI: the pitch Jose Altuve is hitting in the video analysis looks like an 87-mph FB straight down broadway, and it does look like he 's on-time. CLICK the following Jose Altuve hitting analysis link to read the full blog post

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Scott Boras says Astros players should not have to apologize .
Boras had a lot more to say on the topic, and it’s really no surprise that an agent who represents the biggest superstars in the sport would take that stance. He also currently reps Houston’s José Altuve, Lance McCullers and Aaron Sanchez. Boras defended Altuve when new allegations surfaced that Altuve and others took the cheating a step further in 2019.To say that Astros players had no idea they were breaking rules simply because Alex Cora may have been the mastermind behind the operation is absurd. We already know there was a different reason MLB chose not to punish players, but that in no way means they were innocent.

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