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Man Sentenced in Case Involving MLB Players' Personal Information

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According to an article published on January 15th by Tony Gordon of the Chicago, Illinois-based Daily Herald, a man was sentenced Monday to two years of probation for stealing the financial information of four Lake County residents and using it to obtain credit cards. In a case that NAIDDirect has been following for almost a year, David Dright, 39, had taken financial records of more than 90 Major League Baseball players from a Dumpster behind SFX Baseball Inc., a Northbrook-based financial management agency.

Information regarding the finances of players such as Jim Thome, Moises Alou, Pedro Martinez and Juan Pierre were among the documents discovered.

The man was also ordered to pay a $250 fine and perform 200 hours of community service.

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