WATCH: L.A. Kings troll Astros’ Jose Altuve with trash can ‘look-alike’ on scoreboard

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The town of Los Angeles has not forgotten about the controversial 2017 Entire world Collection in which the Houston Astros defeated the Dodgers. The Astros are not risk-free from ridicule anywhere in L.A., even when the Kings are actively playing.

For the duration of their video game towards the Seattle Kraken on Thursday night at Arena, the Kings flashed quite a few Dodgers on the jumbotron and determined glimpse-alikes in the group. Eventually, Astros second baseman Jose Altuve appeared — to a refrain of boos — and the camera slash to a trash can in the arena as his ‘look-alike.’

Of course, that is a reference to that 2017 MLB postseason when the Astros have been retroactively caught utilizing a trash can to sign forthcoming pitches to batters. Astros normal manager Jeff Luhnow and manager A.J. Hinch were both equally suspended for a yr, and the franchise was fined $5 million and pressured to forfeit draft picks. Nevertheless, the Globe Sequence was not vacated, and the gamers them selves prevented self-discipline.

In that 2017 postseason run by the Astros, Altuve battedĀ .310 with 7 home operates and 14 RBI.

With the 2022 MLB playoffs heading on now, the Dodgers and Astros may well be on a collision training course to satisfy in the World Sequence all over again. In the NLDS, the Dodgers are tied 1-1 with the San Diego Padres. In their ALDS matchup, the Astros are up 2- on the Seattle Mariners.

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