Analysis: In suing clinic over drugs, U.S. baseball may be targeting players
Reuters - 03/24/2013
That could prove a tough sell, since BioGenesis’ actions likely were motivated by profits, not by a specific desire to break the contract, law experts said.
Roger Abrams, a sports law professor at Northeastern University in Boston, used the example of player contracts that call for the player to hit specific weight targets in spring training.
“Does that mean you can sue McDonald’s for selling Big Macs to this guy?” he said.