No, but we put his name in because we have a great admiration for Curt Flood. New York Times sports columnist Robert Lipsyte called him "Baseball's Last Martyr." In 1969 Flood refused to be traded to the Philadelphia Phillies. His reason? He said that he wasn't a piece of property to be bought and sold against his wishes.
He ultimately lost his 1972 case in the Supreme Court, and his career, but all baseball players since then have benefited from his stance. And the heavy price he paid.
BTW, you'll find this information again when you get to the correct answer.