In The Kingdom Of Coal

Author: Dan Rottenberg
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Baseball, conversely, was merely a game, and its primary performers possessed
no useful talent other than a strange ability to run around a field throwing, hitting,
and catching baseballs. A lone miner digging a single chunk of coal from the
earth performed an ... from one generation to the next. For this reason, since
1922 Congress had specifically exempted Major League Baseball from the
provisions of federal anti-trust laws. Unlike coal operators and other business
owners who were ...

The Entertainment And Sports Lawyer

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For a detailed analysis of professional baseball's antitrust exemption, see Mark
Gould. "Fantasy Revisited: Baseballs Antitriisl Exemption Cels Hit by a Pitch, "The
Entertainment & Sports Lawyer, Vol. 11, No. 3, Fall 1993. at 11. ... United States
Trust Co. v. New Jersey. 431 U.S. 1, 25 (1977). 83. NCAA v. Miller, 795 F. Supp.
1476, 1486 (D. Nev. 1992). 84. Id at 1486-87. 85. Id at 1487. 86. Id at 1487-88. 87
. Id at 1488. 88. Id 89. Miller, 10 F.3d at 638 (citing Healey v. Beer Institute. 491
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Mlr Monthly Labor Review

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Baseball. negotiations: d. new. dgreement. The 2002 collective bargaining
agreement between Major League Baseballs owners and players may result in
almost over 4 years; a new luxury tax threshold was established minimum
salaries were increased, ... he modern history of collective bargaining in baseball
is replete with work stoppages. ... The U.S. Supreme Court ruled against Flood in
1972, because its earlier 1922 precedent gave baseball an exemption from the
antitrust law.