Steve Paul

March 31, 2014 2:51 PM

Recalling Curt Flood’s legal case and baseball legacy

When Curt Flood, a gold-glove centerfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals, refused to be traded to Philadelphia in 1969 and thus challenged major-league baseball’s reserve clause, he stood virtually alone. Within a few years, baseball adopted the concept of free agency.

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