Major League Baseball compromised its impartiality in the Orioles-Washington Nationals TV rights fee dispute when it made a nearly $25 million loan to the Nationals that gave it a financial stake in the outcome, attorneys for the Orioles' television network allege in a new court filing.
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The arbitration process that awarded tens of millions of dollars a year more to the Washington Nationals in television rights fees was not truly independent and was controlled largely by soon-to-be baseball commissioner Rob Manfred, attorneys for the Orioles television network argue in court...