Memorabilia maker creates Astros sign-stealing bobblehead
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You can now commemorate the Houston Astros' 2017 World Series victory with a sign-stealing bobblehead.

Brad Wheedleton, founder of BobbleHouse Industries, has taken it upon himself to create a figurine labeled "Astros MVP." Instead of a typical bobblehead, the sign-stealing desk ornament has an arm that bobbles, and it's holding a drumstick that is meant to strike a large trash can. The desk ornament is also holding an iPad and has No. 17 on its back - in reference to the year the Astros allegedly stole signs.

Major League Baseball is currently investigating the club for a sign-stealing scheme that was allegedly implemented during the 2017 campaign - the year the team won the World Series. MLB has since expanded the probe to include subsequent seasons.

Since reports first surfaced regarding the conspiracy, different accounts of how the Astros may have cheated have emerged. The original one, as cataloged by Jomboy on Twitter, involved signs being relayed to the hitter through a person in the dugout banging on a trash can.

Memorabilia maker creates Astros sign-stealing bobblehead
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