Talking to Bob and Peter Bavasi, Maury reflects on the gulf between what attracts people to the game, and what might drive them from it.
Will it feed fan passions, or will a business decision cool their jets?
Maury evaluates the proliferation of RSNs and their consequences on the financial state of franchises.
Running the Pacific Coast League is how this third-generation baseball man continues the family tradition of service to the game.
Maury checks out the gambles taking place on the business side heading into the 2007 season.
Maury Brown chats with Baltimore executive Jim Duquette about the inflated off-season market, how the Orioles have addressed their problems in the bullpen and left field, and a good deal more.
DirecTV’s potential deal to become the exclusive provider of MLB Extra Innings could lead Congress to examine the sport’s antitrust exemption, or lead you to find a spot on the roof for a satellite dish.
The effects of last week’s appeals-court ruling could go beyond MLB.
Having signed the highest paid Vernon in history, have the Blue Jays gone crazy, or are they so totally sane that J.P. Ricciardi just blew your mind?
Maury sorts through what has spurred on an already-wild winter market.
Maury takes you through what to expect from the new Fremont ballpark.
Maury ponders the meaning of Jim Hendry’s aggressive winter shopping for the pending sale of the game’s lovable losers.
Maury examines some of the more persistent misbeliefs around the game.
How is the luxury tax changing in the new CBA, and what will clubs be able to do with money received? Maury’s latest article on what the CBA means for baseball.
Maury begins a savage journey to the heart of the new CBA by tackling how revenue sharing will look from 2007 on.