Think there’s no hacking in baseball? Just like Tom Hanks’s character in A League of Their Own was wrong about there being “no crying in baseball”, it would be wrong to believe there is no hacking in baseball. Baseball’s opening day is just around the corner. While this offseason included the usual free agent signings (thank you, New York Mets for re-signing Yoenis Cespedes), trades, and contract extensions, it also included news about what may have been the first known case of computer hacking in baseball: the St. Louis Cardinals’ former Director of Baseball Development hacked the Houston Astros. In this article, I’ll cover some of the cybersecurity lessons that all organizations, Major League Baseball or otherwise, can learn from what happened.