Carlos Beltran out as Mets manager amid Astros sign stealing scandal

Carlos Beltran out as New York Mets manager in wake of MLB sign-stealing probe: report

Carlos Beltran To Step Down As Mets' Manager

Just days after A.J. Hinch and Alex Cora lost their managerial jobs stemming from the scandal, newly named Mets manager Carlos Beltran made a decision to step down from his position.

Beltran is the third manager to lose his job in the fallout from the investigation.

Though MLB hadn't levied discipline on Beltran, the Mets and Beltran evidently decided that the scandal would inhibit his ability to manage the team.

"I am a man of faith and integrity and what took place did not demonstrate those characteristics that are so very important to me and my family".

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"At a meeting this morning with Jeff and Brodie we mutually agreed to part ways", Beltrán said in a statement. Along with Hinch, Alex Cora and the Boston Red Sox mutually chose to part ways on Tuesday. "I hope that at some point in time, I'll have the opportunity to return to this game that I love so much". Beltran was under fire for his role in the Astros' sign-stealing scheme in 2017 that led to the firings of Houston manager AJ Hinch and GM Jeff Luhnow and Boston manager Alex Cora.

"When this came up today, Jose Altuve immediately contacted me and this is his statement: 'I have never worn an electronic device in my performance as a major league player, '" Boras told Joel Sherman of the New York Post.

Alex Cora, A.J. Hinch and Jeff Luhnow were also fired over the findings of an Major League Baseball investigation that began when The Athletic reported the Astros were using technology to help steal signs at Minute Maid Park in 2017.

The scheme devised by the Astros involved using trash cans and video cameras to send out signals to hitters.

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In what is rapidly turning into one of the most freaky developing stories in baseball history, a Twitter account alleging to be the niece of Carlos Beltran is beginning to drop some of the most profound bombshells the MLB has ever seen.

Former outfielder Beltran, 42, won the 2017 World Series with the Astros.

"A new picture floated around on Twitter right after the reports from the Beltran ghost account, with images showing Astros" outfielder Josh Reddick wearing just an undershirt, and having some sort of wire on his shoulder with a piece of tape securing it to his skin.

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