CMG Worldwide takes tussle over vintage baseball cards to court

New York Yankees first baseman Lou Gehrig died in 1941 of a disease that came to bear his name. Six years later, second baseman Jackie Robinson famously broke through baseball's color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers, earning the league minimum $5,000. He died in 1972. Mark Roesler believes the best earning years still lie ahead for both legendary players, as well as many others like them. But first he must untangle their image rights in federal court in Indianapolis.

 

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