Haven’t been keeping track. I was asked by a contributor to Forbes Magazine for recommendations in the area of books about the business of baseball, past, present, and even future. Here’s the result.
Voting franchise, that is. From the Baseball Hall of Fame: Frick Award Ballot Voting Begins Online Tomorrow — Fan Vote Will Place Three Names on Final Ballot — Thousands of baseball fans have already used Facebook to stay connected to their heroes at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Now, they can nominate […]
Didn’t see a stand-alone baseball issue like I did last year, but here are some baseball items from Forbes.com on the state of the game, who the big players are (business-wise), and other fun topics.
This article from Forbes reflects the tremendous increase in fan interest and, thereby, profits to be had in the minor leagues. There’s also a link to a slideshow about the 20 “best” MiLB teams.
You know baseball is a serious business when Forbes Magazine makes it the subject of a special issue. To which I say, well done, sirs. The issue. titled “Sportsmoney,” is a glitzy combination of thoughtful articles on economic issues, but with a mix of fun tossed in. Editor Michael Ozanian opines on “Baseball’s Golden Age” […]