Juan DeLeon/Icon Sportswire/Getty Images Former Houston-astros/' title='Houston Astros News'>Houston Astros pitcher Mike Fiers said the Astros used a system to steal signs in 2017 in a new report by The Athletic. Stealing signs is illegal in MLB. According to the report, the Astros used an outfield camera to relay catcher signs to a TV near the dugout. Players and coaches would reportedly bang a trash can to tip batters to upcoming pitches. Astros sources gave conflicting accounts to T...

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