Starlin Castro has funds seized

Updated: December 19, 2013, 3:28 PM ET

Starlin Castro has filed a countersuit, according to a source, after reportedly having $3.6 million seized from his bank accounts after the Chicago Cubs shortstop refused to pay three percent of his earnings to a Dominican Republic baseball school.

According to multiple media reports, Castro's father, Diogenis Castro, signed an agreement with Mi Futuro Biliguer (My Future Big Leaguer) and coach Manuel Nunez when Castro was 15, requiring him to pay a percentage of his career earnings ...

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