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Sport Report: MLB doesn't want notes from Red Sox investigation used in court

17:56  01 april  2020
17:56  01 april  2020 Source:   nbcsports.com

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PORT CHARLOTTE, FLORIDA - MARCH 11: Xander Bogaerts #2 and Rafael Devers #11 of the Boston Red Sox share a laugh before a Grapefruit League spring training game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Charlotte Sports Park on March 11, 2020 in Port Charlotte, Florida. (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images) © 2020 Julio Aguilar PORT CHARLOTTE, FLORIDA - MARCH 11: Xander Bogaerts #2 and Rafael Devers #11 of the Boston Red Sox share a laugh before a Grapefruit League spring training game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Charlotte Sports Park on March 11, 2020 in Port Charlotte, Florida. (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)

As we await Major League Baseball's report on the Red Sox alleged sign-stealing from their 2018 championship season, MLB revealed in court documents that it does not want the notes from its interviews with Red Sox - and Houston Astros - personnel used in a current trial involving those allegations.

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The first-place Red Sox admitted to Major League Baseball that they used an Apple Watch to relay signals from opposing catchers to Boston players, The New York Times reported Tuesday. Sign stealing has long been a part of the game, but employing electronic gadgets to do it is against the rules.

Evan Drellich of The Athletic reports that MLB investigator Bryan Seeley argued in a court filing this week that future investigations could be jeopardized if the league reveals details of those interviews. MLB is being sued by daily fantasy game contestants who argue that the Red Sox' and Astros' schemes corrupted the games.

A decision on the case is expected by April 15. MLB has already disciplined the Astros and it led to the firing of their manager A.J. Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow. The Red Sox parted ways with manager Alex Cora for what ownership said was his role in the Astros transgressions.  

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Major League Baseball fined the Boston Red Sox an undisclosed amount for "sending electronic "Despite this clear regulation, the prevalence of technology, especially the technology used in the The Red Sox filed a countercomplaint with MLB that alleged the Yankees used cameras from their

The Red Sox reportedly used the MLB video replay equipment to figure out the Yankees’ signs, then relayed them to the dugout via an Apple Watch on The Red Sox themselves don’ t seem to think this is too big a deal. Red Sox beat writer Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe even reported Wednesday

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MLB commissioner Rob Manfred gave Astros players who cooperated MLB investigators immunity from his discipline. It's uncertain if the same holds true for Red Sox players. Manfred said last week a report on the Red Sox allegations - delayed by the coronavirus outbreak - would be released before the now-delayed baseball season begins. 

Steve Pearce adamantly defends Red Sox over sign-stealing allegations .
Former World Series MVP Steve Pearce has some strong opinions about MLB's ongoing investigation into the 2018 Red Sox.Major League Baseball still hasn't released the findings of its investigation into the 2018 Boston Red Sox for alleged sign-stealing.

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