White Sox Want Ex-Yankee's Injury Suit Moved To Fed. Court

Law360 (February 6, 2018, 9:03 PM EST) -- The Chicago White Sox on Tuesday said a suit filed against the organization by a former New York Yankees outfielder who alleged he was injured at a June game at Guaranteed Rate Field should be removed to federal court because it hinges on a labor agreement.

Dustin Fowler, who was traded to the Oakland Athletics shortly after his injury last summer, claimed in a December suit that while attempting to catch a fly ball in right field, he ran into an unpadded metal electrical box hidden among the padded sections of wall. Fowler was carried off the field after team doctors...

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