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Streaming service Quibi will be airing a docuseries that covers the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal. The docuseries will be produced by LeBron James’ Uninterrupted sports media company.

The series will be entitled Sign Language and is going to show an in-depth look at one of the craziest scandals in all of baseball history. Quibi made a statement regarding the series and what viewers can expect:

 “The documentary will transcend the baseball diamond to explore larger themes of greed, cheating, corruption, sporstmanship, and social media activism. Sign Language will be the definitive documentary about the scandal that rock America’s pastime.”

I’m sure the majority of baseball fans and sports fans in general, are well aware of the 2017 Houston Astro scandal by now. If you don’t, MLB had opened up a “thorough” investigation into the team and later announced in January of 2020 that the Astros had illegally used a camera to steal signs from other teams during the 2017 and 2018 seasons. Once the news went public, Astros GM Jeff Luhnow and manager A.J. Hinch was suspended for the 2020 season. Team owner Jim Crane had fired both from the team before those suspensions took place.

For Astros fans, it seems as the scandal will haunt them forever and their 2017 championship season will be forever tainted, but for Dodger fans, they absolutely love seeing them suffer more. The city of Los Angeles was basically cheated from a championship and the world knows it.

Thanks LeBron! We definitely look forward to this masterpiece.

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