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Written by Court Ruling   
Monday, 17 April 2006 12:00

Houston McLane Company, Inc., D/B/A Houston Astros Baseball Club v. Connecticut General Life Insurance Company

Astros lawsuit against Connecticut General Life Insurance Company, claiming breach of contract because the company has denied the Astros' claim to recoup $15.6 million of disabled first baseman Jeff Bagwell's $17 million salary for 2006.
April 18, 2006

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Plaintiff is in the business of owning and operating a major league baseball team, commonly known as the Houston Astros. In its efforts to make the Astros a winning team, Plaintiff has pursued a strategy of recruiting and retaining highly skilled players for its roster. As part of that effort Jeff Bagwell has, for many years, played first base for the ball club

 
 
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