Tag: Major League Baseball
City must persuade appellate panel to overturn precedents that exempt baseball from antitrust law.
New rule evokes collision in 1970 All-Star Game that dimmed the brilliance of a promising catcher.
A surprise claim from baseball lawyers: A’s proposed relocation was officially rejected in June.
Judge hears arguments on city lawsuit over Major League Baseball’s delays in allowing A’s to move.
Appeals panel rules conviction can stand for factually true statements intended to mislead or evade.
There’s an acronym popular among baseball fans on social media, TOOTBLAN. It stands for Thrown Out On The Basepaths Like A Nincompoop — what happens when a runner misjudges the amount of time he has to scramble onto a base before the opposing team sees what he’s doing and tags him out. If Major League […]