The Houston Astros’ decision to move the position of their TV cameras for home games for the 2017 season now may take on new meaning in context of the cheating scandal in which they are involved.

Ahead of the 2017 MLB season, the Astros worked with ROOT Sports, the company that broadcast their games, on switching the position of their TV cameras for games at Minute Maid Park.

Prior to 2017, the Astros had a camera angle that was towards the left field side of center, and therefore off to the right for TV viewers. For 2017, they moved to a position high above straightaway center field, giving a direct view of pitches.