Luhnow: “It’s pretty clear who was involved in the video-decoding scheme, when it started, how often it happened and basically when it ended.”
Former Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow continued to deny his involvement in Houston’s sign-stealing scandal in an interview released on Monday.
Luhnow was fired along with former Astros manager A.J. Hinch in January after the team was found to have illegally stolen signs in 2017 and 2018. Luhnow claims he wasn’t involved in the scheme and noted that those who were are still with the organization.
“It’s pretty clear who was involved in the video-decoding scheme, when it started, how often it happened and basically when it ended,” Luhnow told NBC’s local affiliate in Houston. “And it’s also pretty clear who was not involved.”
“The people who were involved that didn’t leave naturally to go to other teams are all still employed by the Astros.”
Luhnow met with MLB commissioner
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