Baseball on Trial: The Origin of Baseball's Antitrust Exemption

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"Grow explains that the afterlife of "Federal Baseball" is more remarkable than the conclusions in the case itself. With careful and measured scholarship, Grow urges later reader of "Federal Baseball" to recognize that the case was heard before widespread interstate radio coverage, and before the broad interpretation of 'commerce' in the New Deal decisions."--"Western Legal History" "[A] thoughtful and provocative analysis of one of the most controversial topics in sports law: Baseball's antitrust exemption. Grow adroitly connects recent disclosures from the Baseball Hall of Fame to advance his argument that the "Federal Baseball" holding made much more sense ninety years ago than contemporary commentators tend to regard it. As baseball's antitrust exemption continues to face legal challenges--including whether the Oakland A's can move to San Jose--Grow's book will undoubtedly play an influential role." --Michael McCann, "Sports Illustrated" legal analyst

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"[A] thoughtful and provocative analysis of one of the most controversial topics in sports law: Baseball's antitrust exemption. Grow adroitly connects recent disclosures from the Baseball Hall of Fame to advance his argument that the "Federal Baseball" holding made much more sense ninety years ago than contemporary commentators tend to regard it. As baseball's antitrust exemption continues to face legal challenges--including whether the Oakland A's can move to San Jose--Grow's book will undoubtedly play an influential role." --Michael McCann, "Sports Illustrated" legal analyst

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