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Case dismissed

2004 March 16
by Skip Sauer

In a “me too” suit, old timers sued MLB for pension benefits to which they were not entitled, but that their successors achieved in the 1980 collective bargaining agreement. The suit was thrown out of court yesterday. MLB lawyer Howard Ganz said the case was an example of “no good deed goes unpunished,” and I agree. Doug Pappas has some well chosen words for the plaintiffs and their legal theory.

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