Commissioner Rob Manfred confirmed Tuesday that the Boston Red Sox used electronic communication from the dugout to steal opponents’ signs and relay them to Boston players during games. Baseball’s investigation of the Red Sox is ongoing, Manfred said from Fenway Park ahead of Boston’s game against Toronto, but he expects it will be completed before the end of the regular season. News of the investigation was first reported by the New York Times. After MLB corroborated the claims with its own video, the commissioner’s office confronted the Red Sox, who admitted that video replay personnel were getting signs and that those were relayed to some players, The Times reported. The scheme had been ongoing for some weeks. The Red Sox’s scheme came to MLB’s attention when New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman filed a complaint with Manfred’s office last month. He supplied video of what the team contended was a Red Sox…

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