Baseball’s antitrust exemption needs to go

Dan Riley – Sports Talk Radio


In 1903, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Major League Baseball was exempt from the Sherman Antitrust Act.
The consequences? Free Agency didn’t exist until the 1970s, franchises haven’t moved a lot, and minor leaguers could be robbed of a living wage.

Today, Umpire salaries, television deals, and other issues remain because of that ruling. Needless to say, Congress should take action to fix this…now. 

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