What Exactly Was Stolen In The MLB Astros Hack?05:15
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In this Feb. 25, 2013 photo, Houston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow, right, talks to St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Jon Jay, left, and second baseman Daniel Descalso before an exhibition spring training baseball game in Jupiter, Fla. Major League Baseball says it is cooperating with a federal investigation into an illegal breach of the Astros' internal operations database, amid a report that the Cardinals were responsible for the hack. (Julio Cortez/AP)
In this Feb. 25, 2013 photo, Houston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow, right, talks to St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Jon Jay, left, and second baseman Daniel Descalso before an exhibition spring training baseball game in Jupiter, Fla. Major League Baseball says it is cooperating with a federal investigation into an illegal breach of the Astros' internal operations database, amid a report that the Cardinals were responsible for the hack. (Julio Cortez/AP)
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As federal agents with the FBI continue their investigation of the St. Louis Cardinals for the hacking of the Houston Astros' internal computer network, you may be wondering: what exactly was stolen?

The answer is unclear, but some of the documents were apparently leaked last summer, shedding a little light on what information was collected by the hackers.

Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Deadspin sports writer Tom Ley for a look at the stolen data and what this may mean for the Cardinals if the team is found guilty.

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  • Tom Ley, staff writer covering sports for Deadspin. He tweets @ToLey88.

This segment aired on June 17, 2015.

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