Dallas Keuchel addressed the media on Friday in regards to the Astros cheating scandal and he did not really seem all too remorseful for his part in it. However, he is not one that is to blame considering he did not benefit from stolen signs — he is a pitcher. Keuchel has pitched for the Atlanta Braves and now will pitch for the Chicago White Sox in 2020, so he is long removed from his days with Houston. However, he was still a member of the team who took part in the illegal activity.
He ‘urged’ his former teammates to apologize for the wrongdoing, but there is a reason I put urged in quotations. He did not seem remorseful at all.
Keuchel apologizes for Astros sign-stealing scandal. Said it was “not like every game we had it going on.” pic.twitter.com/oAS4DewLk5
— Paul Sullivan (@PWSullivan) January 24, 2020
Dallas Keuchel Apologizes
While Keuchel’s apology wasn’t the best, he is also the first player from the 2017 Astros to publicly apologize for the scandal:
“I think first and foremost, apologies should be in order … for everyone on the team. When the stuff was going…