Friday, June 10 2022
By Caroline Simson (June 1, 2022, 6:55 p.m. EDT) – Major League Baseball has begun targeting assets, including a helicopter, held in New York by its former Dominican broadcaster as it seeks to enforce an arbitration award of $6 million returned in a dispute over unpaid rights fees, saying he has no choice after nearly two years of stonewalling.

MLB on Tuesday urged a New York court in a brief to order Corporación de Televisión y Microonda Rafa SA, or Telemicro, to return its assets held in the Empire State. This includes money in an account at JP Morgan Chase Bank, contractual rights and licenses held by…

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