Dodgers fans class action suit against MLB

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  1. dp4life

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    Yeah - played a good amount of baseball in my years. Still think this is a joke. Kind of like counting cards at the blackjack table - stealing signs in baseball has been part of the game forever.
     
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    Yeah - I do think they should pound sand. Every team tries to steal signs.
     
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    I'm not saying the cheating had zero affect...just that there isn't any damages to some butthurt fan who lives his fantasies through a bunch of millionaires who don't care about him. So we agree on the merits.

    No if you're a New Orleans Saints fan who was cheated by the Rams....
     
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    Idiotic comparison. The Rams didn't cheat. The zebras missed a call, just like they missed a face mask call against the Saints when the Rams were on the goal line.
     
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    Lmgdao
     
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    I guess I used words that were too big for you, so I'll try again.

    Yes, it's exactly on point. The point: every so often, some loser "fans" try to convince a judge that because some millionaires lost a baseball (or football game), that somehow is so disturbing to their personal self-worth that they--the fans--suffered a financial loss and are entitled to damages. Whether it's a bad call or "cheating," they have somehow personally suffered a tort. Am I going too fast for you?

    So the Astros cheated. That impacts you...how? These folks' lives are so pathetic that the winner of a game causes them such grief?

    Now go back to convincing us that Helton has multiple NCs in his future.
     

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