Major League Baseball, its clubs, and some television broadcasters are being sued by a group of fans. The plaintiffs charge the defendants with using their monopoly power to collude and eliminate competition in the showing of games, both on television and online. They point out that the MLB charges a high subscription fee in order to watch games online.
Full content: Associated Press via Washington Post
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