in Newly Filed / Newly Settled Published on January 24, 2020

Major League Baseball, Red Sox, Astros Hit with DraftKings Player’s Class Action Lawsuit Over Sign Stealing Scandal [UPDATE]

by Corrado Rizzi

Last Updated on July 21, 2022

Update – April 13, 2020 – Lawsuit Dismissed with Prejudice

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Last Updated on July 21, 2022 — 11:05 AM

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