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Reds' Signs Stolen? Or Given ...

Monday, after getting his head handed to him by the Indians, Cincinnati's Mat Latos complained that Tribesters on second base had stolen signs. And as The Baseball Code's Jason Turbow writes, Latos might have been right. However,

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Either way, it doesn’t much matter. A team’s primary recourse in such a situation is to change signs, and that’s exactly what Cincinnati did; the following day, the Reds held Cleveland to three runs over 10 innings.

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I don't think this is stealing signs. I think it's taking them, when freely offered.

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