Re: MLB trying to copyright player's statistics
Here's the thing though, FlightRick: what if MLB created a fantasy program that contained a visual element where you could plug in your players and they would play in their positions in a virtual simulation against the players of whomever your foe happened to be for that game?
If they tied that into their "officially licensed fantasy baseball product," whose roots are still solely based in statistics, shouldn't MLB be allowed to decide how and in what way the public will experience fantasy baseball, a product generated solely through the labors of MLB and the members of the MLBPA?
Does allowing a myriad of "inferior" fantasy baseball products/usages devalue their own "official fantasy baseball product?"
I believe it does.
Originally Posted by Scrap Irony
Calipari is not, nor has he ever been accused or "caught", cheating. He himself turned in one of his players (Camby) for dealing with an agent to get one Final Four overturned. The other is all on the NCAA and Rose. (IF Rose cheated.)