Metropolis council members are reportedly drafting a decision asking Main League Baseball to declare the Dodgers baseball’s high group of 2017 and 2018, and revoke the titles from the 2 groups that defeated the Dodgers – the Houston Astros in 2017 and the Boston Red Sox in 2018.
“This is an equity and justice thing,” L.A. Councilman Gil Cedillo told the Los Angeles Times. “Who was the best team in 2017? Who was the best team in 2018? It was the Dodgers. They got beat by teams that were cheating.”
“This is an equity and justice thing. Who was the best team in 2017? Who was the best team in 2018? It was the Dodgers. They got beat by teams that were cheating.”
This week the Astros fired manager A.J. Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow, after MLB officers linked each males to an indication stealing operation.
“Neither one of them started this but neither one of them did anything about it,” Astros proprietor Jim Crane stated Monday as he confirmed the terminations.
On Tuesday the Purple Sox parted ways with Alex Cora, who was a bench coach for Houston through the 2017 World Collection after which led Boston to the title as supervisor in 2018.
MLB continues to analyze whether or not the Purple Sox stole indicators on their option to their championship.
Baseball executives have up to now opted to not rescind the Houston and Boston championships or grant the titles to Los Angeles. However Cedillo stated he believes a majority of town’s council members will help the decision which may be voted on as early as subsequent week.
“There has to be an acknowledgement the best team in baseball those two years was the Dodgers,” he stated.
In 2017, Houston defeated the Dodgers, 4 video games to 3. The next 12 months Boston defeated Los Angeles, 4 video games to at least one.
On Tuesday the Dodgers posted on Twitter that they might don’t have any remark relating to the Astros scenario.
“All clubs have been asked by Major League Baseball not to comment on today’s punishment of the Houston Astros as it’s inappropriate to comment on discipline imposed on another club,” the Dodgers wrote in a press release. “The Dodgers have also been asked not to comment on any wrongdoing during the 2017 World Series and will have no further comment at this time.”
Fox Information’ Ryan Gaydos contributed to this story.