Author Topic: The Former Nationals Watch (2019)  (Read 5205 times)

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Re: Re: The Former Nationals Watch (2018)
« Topic Start: January 18, 2019, 11:42:49 AM »
He can't sue for malpractice because Texas caps awards and he says the cost of bringing a case would be more than the award.  He is 20 days short of qualifying for an MLB pension, but filed an appeal because he claims his back injuries from baseball kept him from attaining the minimum service time.  His appeal was denied by the MLB pension program, and he claims he was told by a member of the appeal board that they blew off his appeal without reading it because their attorney said they could.  To be fair, that is how he is characterizing it.  The amount of money is $5K a month, which he says would keep him out of bankruptcy.

Thanks for that info JCA.