For the first time since the Astros sign-stealing scandal broke, Houston infielders Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa, Alex Bregman, and Yuli Gurriel took the field in spring training on Monday.
As expected, they were showered by a bunch of 'boos' from the crowd.
Correa was asked by Astros' beat reporter Chandler Rome about the reaction the players received, and the third baseman claimed he could not hear anything.
"What reaction?" Correa said. "I didn't hear anything."
As seen by the videos above, the 'boos' would have been certainly hard to tune out.
The Astros played their first spring training game on Saturday against the Nationals, who they share a complex with, but none of the players that were on the World Series team in 2017 played. They were still booed, and multiple signs by fans needed to be removed by stadium employees.
All four infielders had three plate appearances on Monday before being removed from the game. Correa finished 0-2 with a strikeout, walk, and grounded into a double play. Altuve was hit by a pitch, but it was on a breaking ball that got away. He was not intentionally thrown at.
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