Major League Baseball released its report on the Boston Red Sox sign-stealing investigation Wednesday, docking the team a second-round draft pick because a video replay operator had used game feeds to revise signs.

According to the report, MLB did not find evidence the Red Sox cheated during the 2018 playoffs or the 2019 regular season.

The investigation included interviews with 65 witnesses, as well as the review of thousands of electronic messages.

Ken Rosenthal reported commissioner Rob Manfred personally met with several of the interview subjects.

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According to Rosenthal the investigation “determined the primary culprit was not the front office, manager Alex Cora or the players, but the team’s video replay system operator.”

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