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Someone Edited the World Series MVP Wikipedia Page to Completely Own the Astros

As more and more comes out concerning the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scandal from their 2017 World Series-winning season, you can bet fans of every other team are going to be pouncing on each possible opportunity to remind them of their alleged acts that completely disrespected the game.

We've seen everything from players calling them out to fans feuding on Twitter, but this is perhaps the most savage act yet. Someone edited Wikipedia's "World Series MVP" page and made a slight change to the Astros' section.

Jose who? The Center Field Camera Man, who played the "cheater" position, performed most admirably against the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2017. Get your facts straight!

His most notable stats? Five home run pitch tips, which helped result in seven runs scored, and 11 hit pitch tips, which helped the team score another eight runs.

As for the Astros' World Series accomplishments? They're now in question according to another Wikipedia page.

It's going to be hard for the Astros and their fans to live this down between now and next year, so expect a long offseason of trash talk so long as this subject stays pertinent in the media.