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5 hours ago, DrungoHazewood said:

From a 10,000 foot level I assume that affiliate records are as correlated to how aggressively players are promoted as anything.  In general, if you have a bunch of 19- and 20-year-olds in AA they're not going to win as much no matter how talented they are or how good or development program is.

Also how many talented career minor leaguers you have on the teams.

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4 hours ago, Can_of_corn said:

They spent all their money on haxxors.

Here's a recap of the investigation(s) determinations, criminal prosecution and MLB actions regarding the St. Louis Cardinals hacking of the Houston Astros' database.

Severe consequences for one (1) hacker.  Significant punishment for Cardinals organization for failure to effectively oversee their employee's activities.

https://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/we-now-know-extent-of-cardinals-hack-and-the-unprecedented-penalties-from-mlb/

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4 hours ago, AZRon said:

Here's a recap of the investigation(s) determinations, criminal prosecution and MLB actions regarding the St. Louis Cardinals hacking of the Houston Astros' database.

Severe consequences for one (1) hacker.  Significant punishment for Cardinals organization for failure to effectively oversee their employee's activities.

https://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/we-now-know-extent-of-cardinals-hack-and-the-unprecedented-penalties-from-mlb/

 

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According to the documents, portions of which remained redacted, Correa intruded into the Astros' "Ground Control" database 48 times and accessed the accounts of five Astros employees. For 2 1/2 years, beginning in January 2012, Correa had unfettered access to the e-mail account of Sig Mejdal, the Astros' director of decision sciences and a former Cardinals employee. Correa worked in St. Louis as an analyst under Mejdal, who came to Houston after the 2011 season with Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow, also a former Cardinals executive.

"(Correa) knew what projects the Astros' analytics department was researching, what concepts were promising and what ideas to avoid," said one of the documents, signed by Michael Chu, the assistant U.S. attorney who prosecuted the case against Correa. "He had access to everything that Sig Mejdal ... read and wrote."

 

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