The Las Vegas Knights got in a playful jab on the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night.
Following the news the Red Sox admitted to stealing the New York Yankees' signals using Apple Watches, the Knights' Twitter account subtweeted the Sox.
The team's account wrote: "Memo to all NHL teams with Apple Watches. We're Vegas, our cameras catch everything."
Memo to all NHL teams with Apple Watches. We're Vegas, our cameras catch everything♣️♥️♠️♦️— Vegas Golden Knights (@GoldenKnights) September 5, 2017
Following the New York Times report which revealed the scandal, the Sox accused the Yankees of stealing signals.
The Knights' playful approach hasn't been the lone reaction to the scandal. There's been a range of outrage, humor and skepticism. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred didn't seem too concerned with the squabbling between two of the league's biggest rivals.
“I take any issue that affects the play of the game on the field extremely seriously,” Manfred said Tuesday. "I do believe that this is a charged situation from a competitive perspective. When you have the kind of rivalry that the Yankees and the Red Sox have, I guess it’s not shocking you could have charges and counter charges like this. We will conduct a thorough investigation of the charges on both sides. I want to do that quickly. I think that’s important, that we get it resolved."