Breaking: Houston Astros pitcher Suspended due to….

Was There Really No-Hitter? Ronel Blanco of the Astros was ejected from the game due to sticky substance, and he might miss ten games.

Ronel, ugh! Oh my god!

Rising star pitcher Ronel Blanco of the Houston Astros was ejected Tuesday night against the Oakland Athletics during the fourth inning after an official examined his glove and discovered a sticky substance that was not allowed.

First base umpire Erich Bacchus said of the game, “It was the stickiest stuff I’ve felt on a glove since we’ve been doing this for a few years now,” according to ESPN.

After being ejected, Blanco can get a 10-game suspension. A number of pitchers were penalized last year for employing a sticky substance, which is against MLB policy as of 2021.

The ‘Stros are trying to recover from a season that has seen them finish 17–25 and in fourth place in the AL West, so this comes at a terrible time for them.

Recall that Blanco threw the first and only no-hitter of the 2024 season, which catapulted him into the Houston rotation’s elite lineup.

Thus, ladies and gentlemen, I must ask… given these most recent revelations—was it all a fraud?
What the devil is going on with the cheating issues involving the Houston Astros? You all are aware of my affection for H-Town, but wow!

Because of the Astros’ past, I personally believe that Blanco’s no-hitter has a big a** asterisk next to it.

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