Houston Astros Star Players Apologize For Sign-Stealing Scandal

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Two Houston Astros star players have apologized for their roles in a sign-stealing scandal.

Second baseman Jose Altuve and third baseman Alex Bregman made brief statements from the team's spring training facility in West Palm Beach today.

Altuve: "The whole Astros administration and the team feels bad about what happened in 2017. We especially feel remorse for the impact on our fans and the game of baseball."

 

Bregman: "I am really sorry about the choices that were made by me team, by the organization and by me. I've learned from this and I hope to regain the trust of baseball fans."

 

Major League Baseball last month suspended the team's manager and general manager for stealing opponents' pitching signs during its World Series championship 2017 season.

Both men were fired.

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