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Articles tagged: Houston Astros

Astros hackers reportedly tried to cover tracks, were too dumb

As the FBI continues to try to build a case against the St. Louis Cardinals employees who allegedly stole information from the Houston Astros, one thing has become increasingly clear — these were not professionals. Michael S. Schmidt of the New York Times, who broke the story about the investigation, reports that the biggest break…Read More

Report: Cardinals began hacking Astros in 2012

One of the things the FBI needs to determine with its investigation into the St. Louis Cardinals allegedly stealing information from the Houston Astros is when the hacking began. According to one report, this has been going on for years. The story first surfaced in June 2014, when the Astros’ internal trade talks were posted…Read More

Jeff Luhnow: Cardinals hackers did not gain access using old passwords

Houston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow has not been able to say much about the hacking scandal that was allegedly orchestrated by members of the St. Louis Cardinals organization, but he did shoot down one popular theory on Thursday. In an interview with Ben Reiter of Sports Illustrated, Luhnow said it is “absolutely false” that…Read More

Report: Astros hack was done from Cardinals’ spring training house

The FBI’s investigation into the St. Louis Cardinals allegedly stealing information from the Houston Astros is ongoing, and the discipline from Major League Baseball will ultimately depend on whether front office executives knew what was going on. At the very least, it would appear that the illegal hacking was conducted at a property that was…Read More

FBI investigating whether Cardinals were the ones who hacked Astros

Roughly a year ago, 10 months of internal trade conversations from within the Houston Astros organization were posted on an anonymous hacker-type website. On Tuesday, we learned that the people responsible for the hack may be employees of another MLB team. Michael S. Schmidt of The New York Times reports that the St. Louis Cardinals…Read More

Minute Maid Park floods during game between White Sox and Astros

Parts of Texas have been dealing with torrential rain with several areas sustaining substantial flooding. Earlier in the week, Dell Diamond Stadium, located north of Austin, had the majority of its outfield flooded. On Saturday, Minute Maid Park in Houston began to take on water. During the game between the Astros and White Sox, fans…Read More

Astros book Taylor Swift concert at their stadium during playoffs

The Houston Astros are so confident they won’t make the playoffs next season that they have scheduled a Taylor Swift concert to be held at Minute Maid Park in the middle of October. Shake it off, y'all. @taylorswift13 brings her 1989 tour to #MMP on October 13, 2015. pic.twitter.com/gqBLzDOuWp — Houston Astros (@astros) December 11,…Read More

Astros working with FBI, intend to prosecute Ground Control hackers

The Houston Astros are predictably fuming over the security breach that led to 10 months of internal trade talks being leaked and posted on an anonymous hacker-type website Saturday, and they say they intend to prosecute those involved. The team issued the following statement Monday regarding the leak: “It is unfortunate and extremely disappointing that…Read More

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