Performing a postmortem on a high-profile arbitration case from the past.
The reaction when BALCO broke.
What are the implications of allowing teams to trade draft picks?
What books would you most want to see in your general manager’s library?
It’s our new turn-back-the-clock exercise, as we bring back past articles and arguments as a way to remind you and us of what’s changed, and what hasn’t.
Circumstance and necessity can create some perverse changes in value.
Manny Ramirez, doom and gloom in the East Bay, and what else is going on as we move into the New Depression.
When everyone gets it, active collaboration becomes a reflection of the kind of progress that’s been made.
Having set the scenario, Gary explains what happened when he presented the concept to middle management.
Talking to those on the inside about what might make sense from the outside.
Replacement Value isn’t something quite so fixed and abstract as some might posit.
Gary finishes up his conversation with a pair of front office execs, touching on umpiring, agents, and slotting.
A conversation with a pair of baseball execs on hiring practices and living the life on the inside.