Many minor league baseball players earn less than minimum wage
from USA Today
In less than a month, most minor league baseball players will disperse to farm teams around the country, working toward their big-league goals while they earn a salary that amounts to less than the hourly minimum wage. Their plight is the subject of a lawsuit, first filed in February, 2014 by three former minor leaguers, that seeks to apply the terms of the Fair Labor Standards Act to minor league players despite MLB's antitrust exemption.
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