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Former Director of Baseball Development Sent to Federal Prison - Sports and Entertainment Law News

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Posted on: Jul 19, 2016

The former director of Baseball Development for the St. Louis Cardinals received a 46-month sentence in federal prison for hacking a Houston Astros scouting database. Christopher Correa pled guilty to five counts of unauthorized access of a protected computer stemming from his actions. The court also ordered Mr. Correa to pay $279,038.65 in restitution to the Astros. Read about it here.

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