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Beltran says Astros' 2017 World Series title 'stained' by sign-stealing scandalFormer Houston player and new Yankees TV analyst Carlos Beltran conceded the Astros' 2017 World Series title is "stained" by the sign-stealing scandal that roiled Major League Baseball.

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'We did cross the line,' ex-player-turned Yankees TV analyst tells YES Network

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Former Houston player and new Yankees TV analyst Carlos Beltran conceded the Astros' 2017 World Series title is "stained" by the sign-stealing scandal that roiled Major League Baseball.

Beltran made the comments in an interview with YES Network that airs Monday, coinciding with Beltran's first day on the job covering the New York Yankees for the network.

Beltran was a player on the Astros in 2017 -- his 20th and final major-league season -- and appeared in 129 games, hitting .231 with 14 home runs.

"Looking back now, yes, we did cross the line," Beltran told Michael Kay of YES in the interview.

Beltran responded affirmatively when asked by Kay if the Astros' title is stained.

"Yeah, there is because, you know what we did," Beltran said. "And we all have taken responsibility and at some point, we all have shown remorse about what we did."

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