Here’s today’s “The New England Patriots Aren’t the Only Cheats” edition.
Landing firmly on the sports-is-a-business-not-just-a-game side of the argument: it seems the St. Louis Cardinals are being investigated by the FBI and the Justice Department for hacking into the player personnel database of the Houston Astros.
The New York Times has the story, which goes on to say “subpoenas have been served on both the Cardinals and Major League Baseball for electronic correspondence.”
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