Former Astros Player Ken Giles Offers To Give Back His World Series Ring
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Toronto Blue Jays pitcher and former Astros closer, Ken Giles, who was part of the 2017 World Series team says he'll give his ring back if they want...
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“Whatever they ask, I would oblige,” Giles told the Toronto Sun. “Because what was going on at the time was not OK.”

“It just hurts. If they want it back, I’ll be true to whatever needs to be done.”
Should they take of their rings back?

(The Spun)
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Giles should’ve given his ring back long before any scandal
Reply4 months
exactly. Give the god-damn ring back and THEN make grand announcements. These type of lectures of what he could woulda mighta do are getting tiresome
4 months
I think what JG was referring to was his piss poor play that year... The Astros won despite his sorry arse...
4 months
He sounds like a bitch.
Reply4 months
Is this the same guy that was punching himself in the face when he got pulled? Cool. I value his opinion.
Reply4 months
The Rams want to give back that NFC championship ring they didn’t earn couple years ago?
Reply4 months
Should give it to his wife's bull, what a virtue signaling cuck
Reply4 months
What about his paycheck? Funny how he doesnt talk about that new contract money huh?
Reply4 months
Why not just give it back Ken?
Reply4 months
He should sell it on pawn stars.
Reply4 months
Take it back and give it to someone else on the staff who was with them that year. When Giles retires and he's like "I wish I still had my ring" he might realize how dumb it was.
Reply4 months
Yeah, because in 10 years when we find out this wasn't just the Astros, he'll realize they weren't really doing anything so terrible, they were just the first to get caught doing it... Ala the steroids. First few guys who got busted were crucified... then we realized everyone was doing it and now we accept that it was just that era of baseball.
4 months
Lame...Cut him
Reply4 months
Must have talked with his agent.
Reply4 months
I would cut him.
Reply4 months
Everyone's cheating, Astros just got caught big time. Not an Astros fan at all, I'm just stating an opinion. This wasn't the first time cheating happened, and this won't be the last.
Reply4 months
Where was this concern when he was playing for the Astros. Why not stand up then and say this is wrong. Hypocrisy at its finest.
Reply4 months
Puss
Reply4 months
What a dumbass...
Reply4 months
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