Despite this, Osuna has stayed quiet.Since the Astros traded for him last year, the closer hasn’t said much. His teammates have done the speaking for him, for the most part, and they did so again to USA Today on Saturday.“That’s our guy,’’ Astros shortstop Carlos Correa said. “When the player walks into the clubhouse, he becomes a brother. That’s how we treat everybody in here. We love each other. We try to get wins out here together, and we’re a family here. We protect each other.“We’re focused on one thing right now, and that’s winning another championship. Nothing’s going to distract us from that, nothing’s going to take our minds away from that.’’Osuna was suspended 75 games by MLB following a domestic violence incident with the mother of his child in 2018. Prosecutors ultimately withdrew the assault charge against him after the victim refused to return to Canada to pursue the case. He reached a one-year peace bond, which is essentially a restraining order that mandated he have no contact with her.He has stayed as out of the spotlight since his arrest last year and had said nothing, until now, regarding the Taubman incident that got the Astros assistant general manager fired on Wednesday. However, he spoke to USA Today about it Saturday.“I didn’t say anything,’’ Osuna told USA Today. “I wasn’t there. I don’t know what really happened that night. All I know is I got involved in something that I didn’t have anything to do with. It kind of sucks. But it is what it is, right?’’He went on to say he was excited to pitch in the World Series and that he wasn’t going to let any outside noise affect him doing his job.Osuna tallied a save in Game 3 on Friday to help the Astros move to down 2-1 in the series to the Nationals.Robinson Chirinos caught Osuna in the ninth inning and said Osuna simply wants to do what he is paid to do. Taubman directed comments to the reporters using Osuna’s name, yelling, “Thank God we got Osuna! I’m so f—ing glad we got Osuna!” He reportedly yelled it six times.The Astros organization came under fire following his comments after their initial response included discrediting Sports Illustrated’s Stephanie Apstein. Related News “We feel bad for him,’’ Astros catcher Robinson Chirinos told USA Today. “People have been judging Roberto without him saying anything. People are saying it’s his fault with everything going on. It’s out of his hands. He was not saying anything.“He knows he made a mistake.” Game 4 is scheduled to start at 8:07 p.m. ET on Saturday. Osuna will likely be available to close again. Astros owner Jim Crane releases statement, declines to answer questions on Brandon Taubman firing: ‘We’ll play baseball’ Astros fire exec Brandon Taubman after investigating Roberto Osuna comments MLB commissioner Rob Manfred trying to figure out how Brandon Taubman incident happened Roberto Osuna hasn’t said much since Brandon Taubman’s firing but he made his first public comments Saturday following the saga that took place over the last week.Osuna’s name has been on everyone’s minds since Taubman targeted three female reporters following the Astros’ Game 6 win over the Yankees in the American League Championship Series last week.