Tanguay: There's room in sports for cheating

Tanguay: There's room in sports for cheating
April 24, 2014, 2:30 pm
"I think there is a place for cheating in sports..." - Gary Tanguay

Ok, so you might get away with having pine tar on your wrist, Michael Pineda...but on your neck? Really?!? 

Andy Gresh joined Arbella Early Edition to talk about cheating in sports. 

"I think there is a place for cheating in sports," said Tanguay, "For example, stealing signs. I don't consider stealing signs, cheating. Some people say, 'he's stealing signs, I got to throw at their head"

Andy Gresh doesn't believe stealing signs is a form of cheating.

"When you're stealing with videotape or through a center field camera, that's cheating." said Andy Gresh, "Gamesmanship is somebody deciphering it, like Morse code."