League Baseball, levied a lawsuit against the company on Thursday for two decades of discrimination. Lind says the league fails to consider, interview, appoint and promote qualified Hispanic women to managerial and executive positions. She also says the league created a hostile work environment for her because of her age. Lind, who started with the league as supervisor in the legal department, points out that no Hispanic attorneys have been hired since she joined the company in 1995 (she also points out that baseball itself has a high percentage of Hispanic players). Of 52 people who are vice presidents or above, only two are hHispanic and only 12 are women, Lind writes in the lawsuit.