Back in January, we wrote about the ex-Cardinals Scouting Director pleading guilty to hacking the Houston Astros database. Now, this week, Christopher Correa, former scouting director and director of baseball development, was sentenced to 46 months in prison for unlawfully accessing computers and e-mails of the Houston Astros. Correa admitted to accessing a protected computer
Major League Baseball investigating Cardinals-Astros hacking
By Linn Foster Freedman on
Posted in Enforcement + Litigation
Promptly following the sentencing of Christopher Correa [see related post] on July 18, 2016, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred announced that Major League Baseball (MLB) is looking further into the hacking incident involving Houston Astros emails and information on players for evaluating potential draft picks.
According to Manfred, he has asked the MLB’s…