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Feds Eye St. Louis Cardinals In Houston Astros Data Breach

Law360, New York (June 16, 2015, 12:17 PM EDT) -- Major League Baseball on Tuesday said federal law enforcement officials are investigating a breach of the Houston Astros' internal database, which was reportedly committed by the St. Louis Cardinals in what is believed to be the first time a professional sports team has been discovered hacking into a rival’s network.

The Astros' Ronald Torreyes tags out Jacob Wilson of the St. Louis Cardinals during spring training. The FBI and DOJ are reportedly investigating the possibility that the Cardinals breached the Astros' internal network. (Credit: Getty) The team's operations database was breached last year, an MLB spokesman told Law360 in an email...

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