Sports Minute: Hinch working with MLB on sign steal probe, mum on details
By JAKE SEINER
AP Sports Writer
SAN DIEGO (AP) - Astros manager AJ Hinch says he is eager to tell his side of the story regarding allegations Houston used electronics to steal signs in 2017, but he is going to let Major League Baseball talk first. He declined to comment on MLB's investigation when probed by dozens of reporters at the winter meetings. He says he was instructed not to discuss the matter until its resolved. Hinch says he has been in regular contact with MLB while it investigates. Former Astros pitcher Mike Fiers told The Athletic last month that Houston used outfield cameras to steal signs and banged on a garbage can to convey info to hitters.
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