- May 29, 2015
Mea culpa — I had the details wrong in my meager memory. I thought the hacker came from Houston to St. Louis and used an old password that still worked. It was actually passwords of execs going to Houston from St. Louis. The St. Louis employee apparently scavenged them from the execs’ old St. Louis laptops. He later then hacked other accounts. I looked it up and I had it wrong. (Of note, but make your own judgment — the guilty guy does claim Houston hacked into St. Louis servers as well.)Yeah you're totally off base with the email accusation. ST. LOUIS HACKED INTO HOUSTON'S Computer system. Not sure how you blame Houston for that one. They were the victim. St. Louis was penalized by MLB. Lost their first two draft picks and were fined $2 million. The guilty person was banned for life from Baseball.
And I don't get your reference to AJ Hinch's behavior. He only has 11 ejections in 5 years. The yearly leaders for those years were 8, 5, 5, 6, 5. He only averaged 2.2 a year. As you can see, WELL below the yearly leaders in ejections. Less than half of the yearly leaders to be exact.
Seems like you're just trying to make them out to be the bad guys.
As for Hinch ... I have nothing nice to say there. No correction on my part, and just my opinion.