This Article will examine the economic structure of the professional sports industry, explore professional baseball's judicially created exemption from antitrust laws and discuss the impact of the Federal Baseball Club v. National League and subsequent decisions on the professional sports industry. Finally, this Article will demonstrate that while baseball's antitrust exemption may have been justified sixty-five years ago, it now promotes economic inefficiency and infringes upon the constitutional rights of professional baseball players to freely market their talents.
Classen, H. Ward
"Three Strikes and You're Out: An Investigation of Professional Baseball's Antitrust Exemption,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 21
, Article 1.
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