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The Athletic reported this on Wednesday Yankees First base coach Travis Chapman nailed the catch that Jackson had employed. However, Jackson stated that it was the timing of his delivery that left him Yankees
“I was bending the pitch from what I was told,” Jackson told The Athletic. “It was my catch (low) when I was coming up behind my ear. It was the time it took me from my set position, my glove coming over my head to my hip. On the fastball, I Was doing it quicker than sliders. They were picking it up.”
Jackson was optioned to Triple-A after the game.
The worldwide sighting by Judge prompted endless cries of deception, a la the Houston Astros scandal, and outrage from the public. blue Jays about the status of YankeesBase Coaches During Tuesday’s Game
But clue-catching the old-fashioned way is still a legit part of the game. The Astros illegally used electronics to steal signs in their scam.
“If you’re doing things directly, I think you have to be able to fix them and you have to be prepared for the consequences for what they are,” blue Jays manager Jon Schneider said before Tuesday’s game. “If it’s done fairly, yeah, it’s part of the game, everybody wants to help their teammates, everybody wants to pick up instincts, so whatever’s happening on the field in the right way, the whole Kind of fair game.
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