The Houston Astros are at the center of one of the biggest scandals in baseball history and they need a new public relations strategy.
According to Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred, the Houston Astros organization has a culture problem. They also have a huge public relations problem because everything the players have said regarding one of the biggest scandals in baseball history has made everything so much worse.
At the Astros’ FanFest event, reporters finally had the opportunity to ask the players about the “player-driven” sign-stealing scandal that resulted in the firing of manager A.J. Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow.
Their answers were… well… the absolute worst.
Alex Bregman on sign-stealing saga: “The Commissioner came out with a report, MLB did their report and the Astros did what they did. They made their decision on what they’re going to do.”
More from Bregman in this video: pic.twitter.com/dKIfVFROFS
— Brian McTaggart (@brianmctaggart) January 18, 2020
Let’s start with the king of the Astros’ swaggering over the past few years, Alex Bregman. After all that trash talk over the years, he only had one thing to say to…