With cheat? Oswaldo Guillén reveals how the Chicago White Sox won the 2005 World Series | The USA Print

The Venezuelan manager revealed that they had the signs of the Houston Astros.

The Venezuelan manager revealed that they had the signs of the Houston Astros.

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The scandal due to the theft of signs by some teams in Major League Baseball (MLB) has been gaining more and more strength among the Major League teams and among the managers, this due to the large number of crimes committed by the institutions in previous years.

The most recent sign of how negative sign stealing can be for some teams would have happened during the 2005 World Series; In that year, the Chicago White Sox masterfully defeated the Houston Astros in the final of the competition.

Venezuelan Oswaldo Guillén, who served as manager of the American franchise that season, recently suggested that the Chicago White Sox cheated. in the games they played against the Astros; The information was revealed in recent statements on NBC Sports.

The strategist explained that the team had the signs of the Texans and this allowed them to have a certain advantage in order to prevent the plays they made.

We had their signs. He said ‘you know what? He has our address. I said ‘yes, we do.’ We have his signs (…) We are geniuses, brother. We don’t need computers”, explained ‘Ozzie’ Guillén in the program.

Chicago White Sox achieved a masterful World Series in 2005 after sweeping the sidereals in four games thanks to the excellent direction of Oswaldo Guillén and the performance of his figures, although there will always be doubt if this victory was driven by the support of the signs possessed by whitelegs.

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