Update: The Astros have fired manager A.J. Hinch and GM Jeff Luhnow https://t.co/leeVSCGvY9— L.A. Times Sports (@latimessports) January 13, 2020
Major League Baseball issued harsh penalties against the Houston Astros on Monday after a lengthy investigation into the team's use of technology to steal signs. The sanctions included one-year suspensions for Astros manager A.J. Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow as well as a $5 million fine and the loss of future draft picks.
Shortly after the sanctions were announced, the Astros fired both Hinch and Luhnow.
-Manager A.J. Hinch suspended for one year. Hinch was then fired by the Astros.
-GM Jeff Luhnow suspended for one year. Luhnow was then fired by the Astros
-Former assistant GM Brandon Taubman suspended one year.
-Astros forfeit their first- and second- round draft picks the next two years.
-Astros fined $5 million, the maximum allowed under MLB's constitution.
Sources; The LA Times tweet CBS Sports