June 22, 2021

Clayton Kershaw — Astros haven’t shown ‘a lot of remorse’ (ESPN)

In the wake of the Houston Astros‘ role in the sign-stealing scandal, Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw said he’s waiting for one thing: an apology.

“It is a little bit interesting that the Astros players haven’t said sorry or meant it or anything like that,” Kershaw told the Los Angeles Times on Monday at the Justin Turner Foundation’s charity golf event in the Los Angeles area. “Just not a whole lot of remorse yet, which they did win a World Series, and they’re not taking it back, so I don’t know. Maybe there isn’t. But it would be good to hear from some of those guys and just what they have to say about it and maybe mean it a little bit. It’d be good.”

Former Astros pitcher Dallas Keuchel, who is now with the Chicago White Sox, on Friday became the first member of the 2017 team to publicly apologize, and he said the rest of his former teammates should do the same. Some of those players, most notably Alex Bregman and Jose Altuve, have declined that opportunity when approached by the media in recent weeks.

On Saturday at Dodgers FanFest, virtually every member of the team was consistent on one point: They have no interest in being awarded the 2017 World Series…

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