The Boston Red Sox used Apple Watches, other electronic devices to steal hand signals from Yankees, other teams

ga(‘require’, ‘GTM-MZ3SRVW’);ga(“send”, “pageview”);setTimeout(“ga(‘send’,’event’,’NoBounce’,’Over 20 seconds’)”,20000); //–> Skip to main content look at the signs The Boston Red Sox used Apple Watches, other electronic devices to steal hand signals from Yankees, other teams By Mikah Sargent Tuesday, Sep 5, 2017 at 5:33 pm EDT After an inquiry by Major League Baseball, investigators determined the Boston Red Sox used electronic devices — including Apple Watches — to steal hand signals from the Yankees as well as other teams.From The New York Times: The Yankees, who had long been suspicious of the Red Sox stealing catchers’ signs in Fenway Park, contended [a] video showed a member of the Red Sox training staff looking at his Apple Watch in the dugout and then relaying a message to players, who may have then been able to use the information to know the type of pitch that was going to be thrown, according to the people familiar with the case. Baseball investigators corroborated the Yankees’ claims based on video the commissioner’s office uses for instant replay and broadcasts, the people said

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The Boston Red Sox used Apple Watches, other electronic devices to steal hand signals from Yankees, other teams