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Chris Correa maintains allegations Houston Astros first stole information from St. Louis Cardinals
Chris Correa, who was permanently banned from baseball Monday, maintains the Astros first stole information from the Cardinals.
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Cardinals Hacker Insists That Astros Stole Information First
A statement criticizing MLB’s investigation into the Cardinals hacking scandal was posted by a Twitter account that appears to be from Chris Correa, the currently incarcerated former scouting director who accessed the Astros’ internal player information database more that 50 times in 16 months.
Cardinals hacker to MLB: Astros deserve punishment too
News continues to fly about the Houston Astros and St. Louis Cardinals hacking scandal. The punishment for the actions of Christopher Correa, the former Cardinals employee who hacked into the Astros computer system, was handed down on Monday. A day after the punishment was handed down, Correa isn’t
Cardinals' pain is Astros' gain as MLB levels penalties for hacking | St. Louis Cardinals | stltoday.com
Penalties are a result of an executive's illegal hacking of Houston's database.
Punishing the Cardinals is tough: It makes the Astros better - SBNation.com
Tuesday’s Say Hey, Baseball looks at the Cardinals’ hacking scandal, Dodgers with dogs, and Sean Rodriguez’s family.
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Noah Syndergaard will start for the Mets on Opening Day - Amazin' Avenue
After cementing his place at the front of the Mets rotation in 2016, it goes as no surprise that Terry Collins plans to name Syndergaard as his 2017 Opening Day starter.