With everybody questioning what is going on in the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal, the media tried to get some answers on Wednesday.

At the Major League Baseball owners meetings, which are being held in Arlington, Texas, Astros owner Jim Crane decided not answer any of those questions posed to him concerning the scandal.

“If you want to talk about baseball, I’ll talk about baseball,” Crane said. “What else do you want to talk about?”

Right around that moment, Crane was escorted away from the media scrum to the meeting area by a couple of please officers who were stationed at the hotel to serve as security.

Currently, the Astros are entangled in a scandal which involves alleged outfield cameras at Minute Maid Park being used to steal and relay signs from the visiting clubs to their own players during the 2017 season. An MLB investigation is ongoing into it all.

Local authorities have approached several reporters entering the building while the management of the hotel have required reporters to purchase a room in order to remain on the premises, according to the Houston Chronicle.

The limited access to owners is not just limited to Crane but it is being enforced to all owners in attendance at the meetings.

The owners meetings started Tuesday and is scheduled to conclude Thursday.