MLB fines Cardinals $2 million for computer hack

Brian Feldt reports:

Major League Baseball on Monday afternoon ordered the St. Louis Cardinals to pay $2 million and turn over two 2017 draft selections to the Houston Astros as a result of a former Cardinals employee hacking the Astros’ computer system.

The league’s decision also permanently banned Chris Correa, who was fired by the Cardinals in July 2015 for the incident, effective immediately.

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