Schlossberg: Cheating remains part of the game

From SABR member Dan Schlossberg at on June 18, 2015:

Now that we’re deep into the Age of the Internet, it was only a matter of time before someone was charged with hacking into scouting reports, classified information, or other private matters.

If baseball is to maintain the integrity it always boasts about, the only hacking connected with the game should be the cough of a player foolish enough to ignore his sweatshirt on a cold, damp night.

With millions of dollars involved, players and teams will do anything to succeed.

Players are still getting suspended for drug abuse, a scourge that has infected the voting for the Hall of Fame.

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Originally published: June 19, 2015. Last Updated: June 19, 2015.