Fantasy Baseball On Deck At The Supreme Court

Jonathan Bentz@jonathanbentzAnalyst IMay 30, 2008

June 2, 2008 will be remembered as a big day for fantasy baseball, and the results of games on the field will have no effect.

Major League Baseball has appealed a case dating back to 2006 to the Supreme Court against CBC Distribution and Marketing of St. Louis, Missouri over rights to licensing fees for statistics and player likenesses used in fantasy baseball.

For a review of the history of this case and analysis on how the possible results of this case could affect your fantasy baseball team or league, be sure to click the link below or visit Fantasy Baseball Dugout.

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