This note calls for an end to Major League Baseball's statutory exemption from antitrust law for acts that are considered part of the "business of baseball." The Curt Flood Act was a Congressional mistake, the product of years of faulty analysis and absurd holdings by the Supreme Court. This note will explain how the exemption came to fruition, outline the various problems with its inception, and conclude by proposing that Major League Baseball should be subject to antitrust law, just like all other professional sports leagues.
Butz, Brett J.
"Grounding Into a Double Standard: Understanding and Repealing the Curt Flood Act,"
University of Massachusetts Law Review: Vol. 8
, Article 9.
Available at: http://scholarship.law.umassd.edu/umlr/vol8/iss1/9