Major League Baseball investigating Houston Astros' photographer during ALCS vs. Boston Red Sox

Man with Astros media credential ejected from Indians camera bay in ALDS Game 3

REPORT: Astros Suspected of Cheating In ALCS, ALDS

The Houston Astros were accused of cheating throughout the playoffs, having someone sneaking around and stealing signs from the Boston Red Sox.

The Boston Red Sox center fielder roped a go-ahead, three-RBI double in the third inning of Game 2 against the Houston Astros followed by a grand slam in the eighth inning of Game 3.

However, a league source said Tuesday night that the investigation concluded the Astros employee was not trying to steal signs, but was acting on suspicions the Red Sox had been stealing Astros signs, and was there to try to catch them in the act.

After being dispatched by the Astros in the first round of the playoffs, the Cleveland Indians apparently warned the Boston Red Sox that Houston might attempt to steal signs or information from their dugout.

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It's still fishy and the league told the Astros not to do that anymore and report it to the proper authorities.

He also noted that he doesn't believe MLB's investigation is completely closed. McLaughlin was removed by security in Cleveland as well.

The Cleveland Indians filed a complaint following Game 3 of the AL Division Series after the employee was observed aiming his cellphone into their dugout and taking pictures or video.

Boston is managed by Alex Cora, who is in his first year on the job after serving as bench coach last season for the world champion Astros. MLB does not consider illegally using a monitor a major concern.

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If anything, the series of reports serves as a reminder and/or an eye-opener that most, if not all teams throughout the league are willing to push the boundaries and utilize technology in an effort to gain a competitive edge. Doing such things without technology is surely done by every team in some way, as signs aren't changed often enough and pitchers tip their pitches at times.

Cora said the situation is something for Major League Baseball to handle.

Dave Dombrowski doesn't think MLB's investigation into the Astros has been closed.

Yahoo Sports identified the man filming the Red Sox dugout as Kyle McLaughlin, whom Luhnow described as an intern. "So when we go into an opposing ballpark, we tend to look around and make sure that we don't see any suspicious activity", Luhnow told reporters Wednesday at Minute Maid Park prior to Game 4 of the series.

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