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The 2017 MLB season won’t begin for another two months, but the Houston Astros are already big winners. 

On Monday, Major League Baseball ordered the St. Louis Cardinals to send $ 2 million and their top two 2017 draft picks to the Astros as punishment for an ex-Cardinals employee hacking into the Astros’ internal scouting database. 

Chris Correa — the Cardinals’ former director of scouting, whom MLB placed on the permanently ineligible list Monday — was sentenced to 46 months in prison last year after he pled guilty to five counts of unauthorized access of a protected computer. Read more…

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