Yankees and Mets executives spoke behind the scenes for sign theft

The controversy was present in the middle of baseball in MLB last weekend since players of New York Mets singled out Yankees for sign stealing during the Subway Series. In the last few hours there have been updates on the subject and it has been reported that the Mets and Yankees executives reportedly spoke privately about the sign stealing.

Various media have reported that according to sources with knowledge on the subject, members of the New York Mets organization would have approached their counterparts in the Yankees to calm tensions about what happened with Francisco Lindor’s claim in the Subway Series.

The report adds that the executives on the Metropolitan side did not agree on the way in which the Puerto Rican reproached the ‘Mules’ for an alleged theft of signs, which caused them to approach the other side.

SNY reported Monday that dugout personnel from both teams agreed that the whistles were made by reliever Wandy Peralta and that no players or staff were attempting to steal signs.

These approaches by both teams from the ‘Big Apple’ would be indicating that the case is now closed and that an investigation folder would not be opened from anywhere or by MLB.

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