New York’s highest court is ruling against the Baltimore Orioles. It comes after the appeal of a decision that directed the Orioles’ team-controlled television network to pay the Washington Nationals nearly 100-million dollars in broadcast rights fees. The two clubs have been battling over TV rights fees dating back more than a decade. The Baltimore Sun reports the New York Court of appeals rejected arguments by the Orioles and the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network. They claimed Major League Baseball had a conflict of interest when an arbitration panel of baseball executives awarded the Nationals nearly 100-million dollars in additional rights fees. The Orioles and MASN argued that MLB and Commissioner Rob Manfred were biased against them.