MLB letter to Yankees about sign-stealing to become public


A U.S. Court of Appeals judge declined the New York Yankees‘ request to stop a letter alleging the team stole signs from being unsealed, multiple sources reported on Monday.

The letter from MLB commissioner Rob Manfred to Yankees GM Brian Cashman allegedly contains proof the New York club improperly used a dugout phone as a sign-stealing method in 2017. The letter of the findings stemmed from the investigation into the rival Boston Red Sox using Apple watches to electronically steal and relay opposing catchers’ signs. 

There were allegedly discrepancies between what Manfred said in the letter and what he revealed to the public back in 2017.


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