On Monday, news of Major League Baseball's report on the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal sent shock waves throughout the game, as Astros manager AJ Hinch and GM Jeff Luhnow were suspended for a year, and then subsequently fired by team owner Jim Crane. The team also had to forfeit future first and second round picks, and $5 million.
On Tuesday night, the Boston Red Sox announced that they have parted ways with manager Alex Cora, due to his involvement with the situation.
All of this may have Met fans wondering if anything further will happen to Carlos Beltran, who was also named in the report, but as a player and not a coach.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred said on Monday that no players had been suspended based on the league's findings, saying that while a "group of players, including Carlos Beltran, discussed that the team could improve on decoding opposing teams' signs and communicating the signs to the batter," the league would not "assess discipline on individual Astros players."