(Washington, DC) — The FBI is investigating the Cardinals for allegedly hacking into the database of the Houston Astros. It’s believed they used passwords of current Houston GM Jeff Luhnow, who used to work in Cardinals’ scouting department, to gain access to stats, reports and trade discussions.
>>Cardinals Say They Are Cooperating With Investigation
(St. Louis, MO) — The Cardinals issued a statement over the ongoing investigation into alleged hacking of the Houston Astros. The team acknowledged the probe and says it has fully cooperated with the investigation and will continue to do so. No members of the Cards’ front office have been charged.
>>Cardinals Trim Twins Behind Wacha
(St. Louis, MO) — Michael Wacha combined with four relievers on a seven-hitter for his ninth win as the Cardinals trimmed the Twins 3-2 at Busch Stadium. Kevin Siegrist notched his third save in place of the injured Trevor Rosenthal. Mark Reynolds singled in two runs for St. Louis.
>>Cardinals, Twins Now Move To Minnesota
(Minneapolis, MN) — After two games in St. Louis, the Cardinals and Twins continue their Interleague matchup with two more games in Minnesota. Carlos Martinez starts for St. Louis tonight. He’s 7-and-2 with a 2.93 ERA. Minnesota turns to 2-and-1 Tommy Milone. First pitch is at 7:10 p.m.
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