That could prove a tough sell, since Bio­Gen­esis’ actions likely were moti­vated by profits, not by a spe­cific desire to break the con­tract, law experts said.

Roger Abrams, a sports law pro­fessor at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity in Boston, used the example of player con­tracts that call for the player to hit spe­cific weight tar­gets in spring training.

Does that mean you can sue McDonald’s for selling Big Macs to this guy?” he said.

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