Two Major League Baseball in-house lawyers, both former prosecutors, led the investigation into the Houston Astros cheating scandal that this week shook up top management at the Astros, the Boston Red Sox and the New York Mets.

One of those in-house lawyers is Bryan Seeley, deputy general counsel and senior vice president for investigations, compliance and security. Based in New York City, Seeley has been with the league since 2014.

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