J.D. Martinez Calls Astros Criticism ‘A Little Bit Too Much’ Amid Red Sox Probe

J.D. Martinez Calls Astros Criticism ‘A Little Bit Too Much’ Amid Red Sox Probe

FT. MYERS, FL - FEBRUARY 17: J.D. Martinez #28 the Boston Red Sox speaks to the media during a press conference during a team workout on February 17, 2020 at jetBlue Park at Fenway South in Fort Myers, Florida. (Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/Getty Images)

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Boston Red Sox outfielder J.D. Martinez is ready to move on.

Negative commentary has been predominant since MLB released its official findings from an investigation into that Houston Astros that found the organization to have illegally used in-game technology to steal opponents’ signs throughout their 2017 World Series-winning campaign.

“I understand players’ frustrations and stuff like that, but I think in my opinion, it’s already getting a little bit too much,” Martinez said Monday, per ESPN’s Joon Lee.

The three-time All-Star continued:

“We have to move past it at some point. We can’t continue to talk about it. I know it’s frustrating right now. People want to talk about it, this and that, but it’s 2020. I think teams are aware of everything that’s kind of happened. … From here on out, it’s going to be a different message in the clubhouses and a different environment with people, like steroids. The punishments were so harsh that people weren’t going to attempt to think about doing anymore. I think it will get to that point.”

   

This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available.

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February 17, 2020 at 02:41PM

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