Minor Leaguers Look To Strike 'Improper' MLB Wage Filings

By Max Jaeger (December 9, 2021, 6:36 PM EST) -- A group of minor league baseball players suing MLB alleging starvation wages raised the threat of sanctions Wednesday as they asked a California court to strike the sport's governing body's bid to exclude testimony from their damages witness.

In October motions, MLB argued that J. Michael Dennis's 2016 survey of how many hours players worked at ballparks is too riddled with errors to support damages calculations by Brian Kriegler, and said both should be excluded.

But according to Wednesday's motion, MLB already targeted Dennis' testimony with a so-called Daubert motion to exclude expert testimony on the grounds that the expert's credentials or data are flawed....

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