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The filing continues by saying that the defendants “intentionally and unjustifiably interfered” with MLB’s drug program and as a result, “MLB and Ray Schalk haved suffered damages, including the costs of investigation, loss of goodwill, loss of revenue and profits and injury to its reputation, image, strategic advantage and fan relationships.”
Is this just so they can "discover" all the notebooks, etc. and get them sworn to? Seems a bit convoluted otherwise.
How does MLB even have standing to sue for discovery of documents? As pointed out above, what damages have they sustained through the actions of Biogenesis?
Then that is between MLB and their players, perhaps breach of contract (to which Biogenesis was not a party).
I would think MLB will say they have been defrauded in that these players should not be owed millions of dollars due to the fraud they have perpetrated through enhanced performance or something like that.
Typically, tortious interference of contract applies to situations where an employee is induced to leave a company and take work with him or disclose the company's trade secrets in an effort to destroy the company.
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