Fantasy Baseball lives on

On August 9, 2006, in General, by Neil Stevens

Major League Baseball’s basically been trying to kill fantasy baseball by bullying small players out of the market, and then extorting large cuts of profit from the few big players, but the courts have ruled against them. If they’re going to publish stats in newspapers across the country, then people get to use those stats, including the player names.

Good news for people just looking to have some fun with the sport, and for anyone who wants interest in the sport to stay up. This judge just might save MLB from its own nearsightedness.


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