Former MLB player Aubrey Huff has seen his name pop up in the news lately for his controversial social media posts, and now he’s talking about the Houston Astros and their sign-stealing controversy.
He’s certainly of the opinion that Astros players had better expect retribution from their opponents, who aren’t taking kindly to the fact that none of them have been suspended for their roles in their cheating scandal.
“Listen, you pay the piper,” he said. “You reap what you sow. If you’re going to go out there and cheat, you’re going to get drilled. You know, they were in the wrong and there’s going to be some guys getting drilled this year, no doubt about it.”
“When you start using technology to cheat, that’s when you cross the line and people are going to get hurt.”
Huff made headlines recently when it was reported that he was banned from taking part in the Giants’ 10 year World-Series win celebration due to “comments on social media that are unacceptable and run counter to the values of our organization”.