LOS ANGELES – More and more Major League Baseball fans are now insisting that the Houston Astros do the right thing, and return their 2017 World Series Championship rings.
The Sports Mirror publication stated that they have received a total of 17,392 text messages, emails, and phone calls regarding the Astros Sign-Stealing Scandal. They pointed out that 14,251 were anti-Astros and only 3,141 were pro-Astros.
Astros second baseman and 2017 MVP player Jose Altuve (#27) was asked if he would return the World Series ring, “Heck, no!” he said, “I wheel not return my ring, no ways, no hows, no sir hokey pokey.” He shook his head and added, “And tu tell tu ju dee troot, my ring she ease stucked tu my feeenger so chee will be estaying where chee ease, thank ju tu mush bueno bye.”
Astros short stop Carlos Correa (#1), said. “I cannot return the ring.” He was asked why not. And he took a bite of his Chimichanga and said, “Because I sold it three months ago to President Trump.”
Another Astros player right fielder George Springer (#4) simply said that he had traded it for a 2020 Kia Sorento back in January.
IN CLOSING – Sports Mirror says that of the 14,251 fans who are asking that the Astros return the World Series rings, 12,894 are Los Angeles Dodgers fans (whom the Astros defeated in the 2017 World Series).