It's been a roller coaster 24 hour news cycle in Houston. I think The Texans coach is probably the only guy in Houston that was happy MLB made their announcement today. Sports talk radio took a hard left the minute the news dropped. I find it funny, even within this thread there is a sliding scale of acceptable cheating. So how can you possibly determine what punishment is just? They got red handed for sure, past that I don't know what is appropriate in terms of punishment. I think the owner Crane made his only move to try to start the process of eventually returning the organization to any level of credibility. What sucks is Hinch had us fooled. We thought he was going to be our "respected all time great" coach. Reading the comments about his testimony was a big let down. He didn't approve of the sign stealing and smashed the monitors twice, but they continued to do it any way? Come on, what manager would allow that in his club house? Sounds like a CYA line of defense. Part of me is even worried that Lunhow and Hinch will land somewhere in a few years and help another team win. That is what sucks, both men have a lot of talent and didn't need to be complicit in cheating to put a playoff team together. They allowed it directly or indirectly and put a shadow on the some of the greatest sports moments in Houston history.