Altuve Stole Judge’s 2017 MVP

GLENDALE, Arizona, USA. (AP) – Cody Bellinger believes that José Altuve stole the award for the Most Valuable Player of the American League from Aaron Judge of the Yankees and that the Houston Astros stole the World Series title that year from the Los Dodgers. Angels. “They cheated for three years,” Bellinger said Friday at the Dodgers training camp. “I think what people haven’t realized is that Altuve stole the ‘MVP’ from Judge in 2017. Everyone knows they stole the ring from us.” Apart from questioning the starring Venezuelan second baseman of the Astros, the The reigning MVP of the National League also criticized the attempt to apologize on Thursday by Houston owner Jim Crane and described the punishment of MLB commissioner Rob Manfred as “weak.” Both Astros manager AJ Hinch as general manager Jeff Luhnow was suspended one season each, and the team was fined five million dollars and took a first and second round pick in the 2020 and 2021 draft. The Astros fired Hinch and Luhnow. The Major Leagues found guilty to the Astros to use a video system to steal the signals from the catchers in 2017 and 2018. Bellinger believes the behavior continued last season. “One hundred percent,” Bellinger said. “I don’t understand why they would stop.” Bellinger is not the only Dodgers player who is upset at the start of spring training. “It’s like reopening a wound,” veteran outfielder Justin Turner said. “The wound opens and we have to heal again, I think. But there is no way back to before. What happened happened. The good thing for us is that we don’t face them this season. You have to let everyone else take care. ”



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