A player has finally admitted to and apologized for the Houston Astros cheating scandal, but not a player on the team’s roster.  Pitcher Dallas Keuchel, who is now on the Chicago White Sox, became the first MLB player to apologize.

The 2017 World Series Champion became the first player apologize publicly during his new team’s fan fest.  Keuchel seems to indicate that the Astros weren’t the only team using technology to steal signs.

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We know about Houston and the Boston Red Sox, but Keuchel called the cheating “the state of baseball was at that point in time.”

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