Baseball has been accused of being "too boring" by some sports fans in the past. But there's absolutely nothing boring about the explosive new report that the New York Times just published about how one MLB team is being accused of hacking another team last year.

According to the NYT, the FBI (THE FBI!) is reportedly investigating the Cardinals after uncovering evidence that seems to suggest that St. Louis hacked into the Astros' computer system last year and stole a bunch of information. The FBI hasn't revealed how high up their investigation goes, but it doesn't sound good for the Cardinals, who are getting clowned on Twitter right now for stealing info from a team that has been one of the worst in the league over the last decade:

If the FBI finds that high-ranking Cardinals officials knew about the hack job, this could turn into a much larger scandal than it already is. Stay tuned for more info.

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[via New York Times]