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Aubrey Yates
October 17, 2018

The Astros have dropped consecutive games for the first time since August 30-31 against the Los Angeles Angels.

There was no indication of any suspicious activity during Game 3 in Houston on Tuesday night, but the Red Sox were careful to change their pitch-calling signs throughout the night - something Manager Alex Cora said is fairly standard for the Red Sox.

Red Sox manager Alex Cora does not think there was any amusing business going on during the first two games of the American League Championship Series.

"Game 3 that's what we're here for bring out the brooms, we're going to win three in a row we're not going back to Boston", said Richard Benitez.

Boston eventually broke the game open in the eighth, so Kemp's play will now be remembered more for the debate over whether he caught the ball cleanly.

"I'm always concerned about [sign-stealing] throughout the season", Cora said after the game.

Both the Red Sox and Astros have been going with multiple signs with nobody on base during this series. "I can't say, it's ridiculous, we were born and raised in Houston", said Josie.

This isn't the first time the Astros have been suspected of cheating.

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"We don't get caught up on the whole paranoia thing of the signs", Cora said.

Asked about the allegations after the Sox' Game 3 win, Astros manager A.J. We try to slow it down. "But at that point I wanted to go take him out of the game, get some treatment and put (Devers) in the game".

"We are very excited, we love Houston, we love baseball", said Maria Reyes who is from Guatemala.

After Nunez departed, Devers failed to come up with a hard grounder that cost the Red Sox a run in the fifth inning.

There's a good chance you'll see Sale throwing in the bullpen in the middle of the game, but it's not because the lefty is about to pitch against the Astros.

"These are some of the biggest games of our lives but if someone goes to the hospital, we just care about his well-being".

Mitch Moreland's injured hamstring is still improving, but the Red Sox are uncertain if he'll be able to start tonight against right-hander Charlie Morton in Game 4. Osuna loaded the bases by hitting Brock Holt with an 89 miles per hour slider, then forced in a run when he hit Mitch Moreland with a 96 miles per hour fastball.

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