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The report said the man had a small camera and was texting frequently, but did not have a media credential.

After the man was removed another Astros staffer intervened - according to sources who were on the scene - and tried to convince security that he was authorized to be in the area next to the dugout.

According to ESPN's Buster Olney, the Astros deployed McLaughlin to monitor whether the Red Sox were cheating on their side of the field.

The MLB league office told Metro they are aware of the matter and will handle it internally.

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After MLB says it investigated two incidents involving someone with the team using a cellphone to take photographs of the visiting dugouts in Cleveland and Boston during games this October. Passan also details a complaint filed by the Athletics, who alleged that the Astros were using a clapping-based system from the dugout to relay stolen signs to the players on the field during an August game.

Neither the Red Sox or Indians would comment on the matter, but an Astros representative did not deny wrongdoing in several e-mails to Metro.

The Boston Red Sox just wrapped up an 8-2 win against the Houston Astros, to go up 2-1 in the ALCS.

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The Red Sox Game 3 win in Houston lasted almost four hours, which is long for a baseball game, although postseason contests are often so lengthy.

"I'm always concerned about [sign-stealing] throughout the season", Cora said after the game.

McLaughlin is not listed as an Astros employee, but is reportedly connected with team owner Jim Crane.

"I don't think that person was per se stealing signs", he said.

The Associated Press also reported Houston attempted to get a second person next to Cleveland's dugout during Game 3 of the AL Division Series after the first employee was removed. He stood out because he was wearing a suit jacket in a restricted area reserved for photographers, a member of the team's social media department and where TV reporters are permitted to stand, one of the sources said.

Following MLB's ruling, Astros GM Jeff Luhnow said the team has been proactive in policing other ballparks for "suspicious activity" and the team has uncovered some "multiple" times. He also notes that the allegations raised against Houston are not the first to be brought up this season; in August, the Athletics called Major League Baseball to investigate the matter, however, the results of it are unclear.