I get when a pitcher is tipping pitches.
I get when someone in one dugout sees something that allows his team to get a leg up on the other.
But using cameras and screens and any kind of technology to cheat?
OMG AM I THAT NAIVE?
I had no idea it could get that bad, and while it's convenient for me that the Astros are the poster child for this (because I can't stand them), it's apparently a much bigger problem than just Houston.
This is all just beginning, and if you subscribe to The Athletic (you absolutely should, it's the best sports writing anywhere) there's a great piece on The Lead podcast - this story was first reported by Evan Drellich.
Guy I admire SO much because he's just so damned good?
The Brewers are one of the current Big 3 teams under the most scrutiny (the other is Texas).
Read this article in Bleacher Nation.
It ends like this: "In conclusion, Christian Yelich hit .347/.451/.750 at Miller Park this year, and .324/.406/.655 last year. At Wrigley Field, he hit .229/.341/.457 this year, and .205/.273/.205 last year."
If this is true with hi tech stealing, it's about as revolting as it can get.