Former Indians pitcher Charles Nagy could feel the prying eyes of Houston Astros' cheaters

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Former Indians pitcher Charles Nagy could feel the prying eyes of Houston Astros' cheaters
Former Indians pitcher Charles Nagy could feel the prying eyes of Houston Astros' cheaters

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- What did a pitcher go through when he faced the Houston Astros during the height of their sign-stealing scam at Minute Maid Park? Charles Nagy, 10th on the Indians all-time win list with 129, has a better idea than most. Nagy was the Angels pitching coach from 2015 through 2017. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred recently penalized the Astros for electronically stealing signs during the 2017 and 2018 seasons. MLB's investigation showed the Astros stole signs during the 2017 season all the way through their World Series victory over the Dodgers. “We knew something was going on,” said Nagy, who spoke at the Lake County Captains 18th annual Hot Stove banquet Thursday night at Classic

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