People banned from the MLB under Commissioner Rob Manfred

By Yagya Bhargava

Chris Correa, former St. Louis Cardinals scouting director banned on January 30, 2017 for his role in hacking the Houston Astros' scouting database to provide the Cardinals with a competitive edge in scouting.

Jenrry Mejía, New York Mets pitcher  banned on February 12, 2016, for testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs three times in less than a year.

John Coppolella, former Atlanta Braves general manager  banned on November 21, 2017 for his role in the Braves' circumvention of MLB rules regarding the signing of international free agents.

Roberto Alomar  was banned on April 30, 2021 following an independent investigation into claims he had harassed a female Toronto Blue Jays staffer in 2014.

Mickey Callaway, former pitching coach of the Los Angeles Angels  was banned on May 26, 2021 following an investigation of allegations of sexual harassment spanning much of his career.

Brandon Taubman, former Houston Astros assistant general manager  banned on  November 15, 2019 for his inappropriate comments toward female reporters in the Astros clubhouse in October 2019, pending further investigation into sign stealing by the Astros during the 2017 and 2018 seasons.