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For those considered "organizational players," the path to the major leagues is difficult.

Josh Kusnick periodically writes for Baseball Prospectus about representing professional baseball players and broadcasters.

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April 13, 2010 3:27 am

An Agent's Take: Media Relations

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Joshua Kusnick

An agent can help his clients by developing a good rapport with the press.

Josh Kusnick periodically shares his experiences of representing professional baseball players and media members.

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Can someone be good at representing a player and a bad person or vice versa?

Everything in baseball tends to run in cycles. Players come and go, money comes and goes, children become fans and fans later have children, who also become fans. Teams win and lose and players are gods for a day, then sit at home the next day. Even the agent world tends to be cyclical. A generation of agents has its reign over the industry while the next group anxiously waits its turn to run things.

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Agents can sometimes find clients when they expect it.

Josh Kusnick is a Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based agent who will periodically write about his experiences representing professional baseball players and media personalities.

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March 2, 2010 11:10 am

An Agent's Take: Crisis Management

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Joshua Kusnick

When things go wrong for a player, he can either hide behind his agent... or speak the plain truth.

Josh Kusnick is a Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based agent who will periodically write about his experiences representing professional baseball players and media personalities.

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