The Houston Astros hid from the media on Wedensday in Spring Training, blocking the clubhouse to all reporters and going as far as to use security to make sure that no player could be asked about the team’s disgraceful cheating scandal. On Thursday, the team finally addressed the issue that will haunt them for years to come – and team owner Jim Crane offered the lamest non-apology you could imagine.

Crane told reporters that he was “sorry” his team was that this happened, and promised that his organization wouldn’t be caught cheating again on his watch – but also claimed that the Astros’ elaborate cheating scheme had zero impact on the outcome of ballgames.

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'“You know our opinion is, you know, that this didn’t impact the game. We had a good team. We won the World Series, and we’ll leave it at that.”