Company Creates Sign-Stealing Bobblehead Trolling The Houston Astros

 

The Astros have been the topic of conversation the past few weeks after The Athletic posted a story talking about a former Houston player's accounts of the team stealing signs electronically during their 2017 World Series championship season.

The team allegedly linked a camera from center field to a TV monitor near the dugout steps to decode the opponents' signs and alert their hitters of an off-speed pitch by slamming against a trash can.  

The internet has been for sure very ruthless but the trolling doesn't stop on the internet. Brad Wheedleton, who is the founder of BobbleHouse Industries, has created an official bobblehead labeled "Astros MVP," WGN reports. If you look at the bobblehead closely, it features a man in a baseball hat and an Astros jersey with computer in hand standing next to a trash can.

The bobblehead is wearing No. 17 on the jersey to represent the season they were accused of stealing signs.

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