Dodgers react to Astros' cheating scandal - 'It's hard to feel like they earned it'
After Major League Baseball released a report that found the Houston Astros illegally used technology to steal signs in its 2017 World Series victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers, members of the Dodgers address the scandal at Dodgers FanFest. Manager Dave Roberts expresses his frustration on the potential effects the sign-stealing had on the outcome of the 2017 World Series, (1:15) President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman shares the disappointment he feels for the players and fans, (3:01) Justin Turner says it's hard to feel like the Astros "earned" the 2017 World Series and (5:56) Enrique Hernandez feels the Dodgers got "cheated" out of a championship.
First Take reacts to LeBron & Aaron Judge sounding off on the Astros' cheating scandal
Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman react to Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James and New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge sounding off on the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scandal.
#FirstTake #MLB Jessica Mendoza joins First Take to discuss how the Houston Astros' cheating scandal could impact the team going into the 2020 regular season. Mendoza also weighs in on expectations for the New York Yankees, LA Dodgers, as well as Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels.
✔️ Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg talks about the Astros' cheating scandal overshadowing his team's World Series victory over Houston. (Feb. 14) The video shows an airline passenger punching the back of another passenger's seat on an American Airlines flight after she chose to recline, and has reignited a debate over airline manners and whether it's courteous to put your seat back.