Yankees Say Red Sox Stole Signs With Phone

The Boston Red Sox are admitting to stealing signs.  

The Red Sox  are accused of using electronic communication to steal signs and relay  them to players during games.  

New York Yankees general manager Brian  Cashman filed a complaint with Major League Baseball last month.  

Cashman gave the league a video of what the team says was a Red Sox trainer looking at his Apple Watch and then relaying information to players during a series in Boston.  

The Red Sox have since filed their own complaint and allege New York uses a camera from its YES Network exclusively for stealing signs.

The Yankees had denied any wrongdoing.

(Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

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