A look at the monetary incentive players have to perform well in the postseason.
A look at Jeffrey Loria and Miami’s current financial situation.
A look at the ten most likely places for a new MLB club
Will Josh Hamilton find the contract he’s looking for this winter? And should be?
The 2012 World Series is the lowest-rated ever, but what does that actually mean?
How important is money when it comes to making a deep run into the playoffs?
A look at how agencies may share in the responsibility of PED use.
Maury looks at 2012’s attendance winners and losers as well as some early postseason ratings.
A look at whether the Dodgers’ new regional sports network will help them avoid revenue-sharing duties.
A look at Houston’s decision to use television money to pay down debts instead of putting it toward player payroll.
A look at baseball most efficient and inefficient teams and how much money helps a team’s chances of making the postseason.
A look at the Stephen Strasburg situation in Washington and what the Nats could have done to avoid this media nightmare.
A look at the Boston/LA deal that set a record for the most money ever involved in a Major League Baseball trade.
A look at Houston’s rebuilding plan following their sale this past winter.
The Padres sale, the potential A’s move, ESPN and FOX broadcasts, and umpire ejections are all examined in this week’s Bizball.
A look at why contraction is not a legitimate option for Major League Baseball.