October Baseball in Mid-September: Cards vs. Giants: Is the Wild Card on the Line?

Following losing 2 out of 3 to the National League Central Division leading Chicago Cubs (93-52), the St. Louis Cardinals (76-69) travel to San Francisco, to take on the Giants in an all important four game series.  If the Redbirds have any hope of remaining competitive in the National League Wild Card race, the Cards need to continue their 2016 “Road Magic”. The Cardinals’ are … Continue reading October Baseball in Mid-September: Cards vs. Giants: Is the Wild Card on the Line?

Correa Guilty Plea Opens Pandora’s Box of Cyberwarfare in MLB

Last year, the story broke about a Cardinals baseball executive who was accused of hacking into the Houston Astros. Today, after a thirteen month FBI criminal investigation, 36 year old Christopher Correa, the former Director of Baseball Development for the Cardinals, pleaded guilty to five counts of unauthorized access of a protected computer. As part of the guilty plea, Correa was sentenced to 46 months in prison, to be followed by a two-year term of supervised release. He must also pay $279,038.65 to the Astros for damages he caused them by his actions. Continue reading Correa Guilty Plea Opens Pandora’s Box of Cyberwarfare in MLB