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Dodgers: Actor Bryan Cranston Sounds Off On ‘Universally Despised’ Houston Astros

The Houston Astros are back in the World Series. Meaning baseball fans, especially Dodgers fans, are back to sounding off on the Astros controversial 2017 title. Dodgers superfan Bryan Cranston took to Instagram prior to Game 1 to voice his opinion on the Houston Astros.

Cranston did not mince any words in his criticism of the Houston Astros. In his post, he noted his complete lack of respect for the Astros for cheating their way to a championship. He didn’t stop there either.

Highlighting the lack of punishment for the players involved in the scandal, Cranston called for baseball writers to “administer justice to these cheaters” by not voting Correa, Altuve, Bregman, or other 2017 Houston players into the Hall-of-Fame.

Only time will tell if Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa, and Alex Bregman garner Hall-of-Fame consideration. That being said, the triumvirate of Astros sluggers have the potential to be part of that conversation in the future.

Will baseball writers treat the 2017 Astros players similar to the poster children of the steroid era as Cranston suggests? Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds compiled other worldly stats during their careers. Neither have received enough votes in the last nine years of voting to qualify for the Hall-of-Fame.

The Astros have made three of the last five World Series. Regardless of any wrong doing, there’s no question they’re a talented team. There also no question that they violated specific rules to gain an unfair advantage.

Sometimes it takes one of TV’s ultimate villains to call out baseball’s ultimate villains for those who forgot.

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Eric Eulau

Born and raised in Ventura, not "Ven-CH-ura", California. Favorite Dodger Stadium food is the old school chocolate malt with the wooden spoon. Host of the Dodgers Nation 3 Up, 3 Down Podcast.


    1. you can’t do that. But you can and should certainly punish the cheating players involved. I am boycotting the World Series in protest!

  1. I applaud Mr. Cranston for using his fame as a platform to enlighten folks to the greatest travesty in baseball history!

    Alex, as Dodger fans we don’t need a tainted 2017 Championship. That being said, the recordbooks should read 2017 no World Series champion!

    All involved should have been banned from baseball for life! As were the 8 men out of the 1919 Black Sox.

    1. from your lips to God’s ears! Join me in boycotting the 2021 World Series! Send a message to MLB – punish the cheating ball-players!

  2. Treat them the same as the Black Sox. I would rather see Joe Jackson in the HOF rather than that bunch.

    1. Gary, that’s what say. The greatest part about it is it’s not too late to do so. Unfortunately that spineless whimp Manfred wouldn’t do that.

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