On Monday, the MLB handed down yearlong suspensions to both general manager Jeff Luhnow and manager A.J. Hinch after their investigation found that the Astros used cameras to steal signs during games.
Hinch knew that his team was cheating and reportedly broke monitors used more than once, but according to the MLB’s release he never told the Astros to stop.
Shortly after the punishment was handed down by the MLB, Astros owner Jim Crane fired Luhnow and Hinch.
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