Obviously when the news broke Tuesday that Major League Baseball ruled on the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal, a ripple effect began from the fans to people formerly in the Dodgers organization.
Of course, the Dodgers felt the shockwaves of this scandal as closely as anyone. For instance, check out Gail Johnson’s latest piece.
Now former Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti joins AM570 LA Sports to talk about the scandal. His quotes are pretty telling about how serious of a deal all of this is for anyone involved with the game of baseball.
.@realnedcolletti: “It makes me sick actually to think about it.
— AM 570 LA Sports (@AM570LASports) January 13, 2020
First, Colletti speaks from the heart in that he feels great pain for the Dodgers loss in the gut wrenching 2017 World Series loss.
“It makes me sick actually to think about it. The team I love and the team I work for were some ways perhaps cheated out of a World Series.”
Next, Colletti is asked by Rodney Peete how he views the manner in which the…