After hearing Houston Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole interviewing following the team World series loss, he is already disowning Astros!
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CelebNSports247.com has the latest MLB development following the Houston Astros loss to the Washington Nationals.
If you read between the lines, it appears that Gerrit Cole has subliminally signed off with the Astros and will not coming back to Houston in 2020.
His team just having suffered a stunning World Series Game 7 loss to end its season, Cole wasted no time taking off his Astros apparel and putting on a Scott Boras cap.
The right-hander Gerrit also had this exchange with reporters soon after losing.
He relentlessly declared:
I’m not employed by the team…I guess as a representative of myself…
He went on to say following the Astros’ 6-2 defeat by the Nationals when asked to describe his two years in Houston:
A lot of good friendships. Obviously l learned a lot about pitching from my teammates. From the pitching coaches and pitching staff. I learned a lot more about the game from [manager] A.J. [Hinch]. And it was just a pleasure to play in the city of Houston.
One thing is for sure, the lifelong Yankees fan has put himself in a position to earn the highest free-agent contract ever for a pitcher, according to the NY Post.
Meanwhile, the Washington Nationals won their very first World Series and fans trolled former Nationals Bryce Harper.
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