Correa was fired by the Cardinals last year after his arrest.
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A former scouting director for the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team was sentenced to 46 months in prison Monday over a breach of the computer network of the rival Houston Astros, prosecutors said.Last year, there were reports that the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department were probing the Cardinals for possibly breaking into the Astros' proprietary database network.St. Louis personnel were suspected of hacking into the Astros' system to undermine the work of Houston General Manager Jeff Luhnow, who left the Cardinals to work for the Astros after the 2011 season.The Astros and the Cardinals, like many teams, measure and analyze in-game activities to look for advantages.
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