Published: Fri, September 08, 2017
Sports | By Grace Becker

Someone finally found a use for an Apple Watch

Someone finally found a use for an Apple Watch

The Red Sox also also knew of the Yankees using this camera angle one other time, per the report.

On Tuesday, MLB determined that the Red Sox used an Apple Watch to steal signs from the Yankees' catchers during their August series at Fenway Park.

It's the latest part of the saga that began when the Yankees found evidence that Boston violated Major League Baseball rules by using electronics to help swipe signs during a series last month at Fenway Park. Having correctly identified the sequencing by Gary Sanchez and Austin Romine, the information was then messaged to the dugout, first to a Boston trainer's Apple Watch, then to Dustin Pedroia, who was also in the dugout but on the DL.

As you might expect, tabloid newspapers in both Boston and NY really seemed to enjoy themselves Wednesday morning.

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"I've never been a general manager, but I'm told sign stealing issues are often resolved by one general manager calling another general manager and saying, "Hey, I think you're doing X and if you're doing it, you better stop doing it, '" Manfred said". Major League Baseball was asked to investigate.

Whether you are amused or left aghast by these revelations depends on your allegiances and the degree of your baseball piety.

Stealing signs has been a part of baseball for decades, and always will be, Dombrowski opined. After further evidence of videotaping emerged, Goodell was criticized for his quick punishment delivery and was accused of trying to protect the Patriots, one of the league's premier teams, by minimizing the damage against them.

Bill Veeck was a full-throated advocate for the stealing of signs, but he was careful to note that the practice wasn't without its dangers.

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Red Sox: Activated RHP Carson Smith (Tommy John surgery) from the 60-day DL. But you can't use binoculars, and you cannot use electronics in the dugout to communicate with people outside of it. "No, I don't", he said defiantly. They may use them when opposing players are on base, or in opposing ballparks where they suspect illicit methods are being used to decipher signals.

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He said pitchers and catchers would keep changing their signs to prevent the other team from figuring them out.

"We need to make them where we can get them and they can't", said Francona. The Yankees were convinced that something fishy had been taking place at Fenway Park this season; according to several of the team's players, the Sox hitters seemed locked in on certain pitches during high-leverage moments with runners on base. You know, is there the authority to do that?

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With rain starting to fall when the Red Sox came to the plate in the fourth, Xander Bogaerts halted a 3-for-33 stretch by lining an opposite field RBI triple and scored on Rafael Devers' single.

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