Sign-stealing has been part of baseball’s gamesmanship for decades.

The Houston Astros took  that to a new level in 2017  when they used electronics in their scheme to relay signs to hitters in real-time.

Commissioner Rob Manfred opted not to punish any players involved in the scheme, choosing not to name any active players in the report that led to the one-year suspensions of general manager Jeff Luhnow and AJ Hinch.

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But one MLB all-time legend and baseball’s former home run king, Hank Aaron, said Thursday on “The Today Show” that anyone involved in the scheme should face the harshest of penalties: a lifetime ban.


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