MLB Hall Of Famer Keeps Win In Biker's Injury Suit

By Mike Curley (January 23, 2020, 4:14 PM EST) -- An Arizona appeals court on Thursday handed a win to Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Tony La Russa in a suit alleging he was negligent for keeping a cable fence on his property that injured a bicycle rider, finding that the trial court was correct in determining the rider was trespassing on his land.

The court affirmed judgments in the suit filed by Seth A. Else, determining that the court and jury were correct in finding that he hadn't presented evidence showing that the supposed bike trail he followed onto La Russa's land was an easement accessible to the public....

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