Okay, so let's say that A-Rod goes 3 for 5 in a game with two doubles, a homer, two runs scored, four RBI's, and a steal. Should a company that runs a fantasy baseball league have to pay Major League Baseball for the right to enter those statistics under A-Rod's name?
As it stands now, the answer is "yes." However, CDC Distributing and Marketing wants a federal judge to stop Major League Baseball from requiring a license to use MLB stats.
I'll be curious to see how this case is resolved.
He's rounding third and heading home... here comes the throw... it's going to be a close play at the plate...