Ten years before Arte Moreno’s latest P.R. disaster came Arte Moreno’s first P.R. disaster. Or was it?
Now that the Twins and Marlins both finally have new ballparks, take a look back at what it took to get them.
Is Mets owner Fred Wilpon really prepared to cut off his nose to spite the Madoff trustee’s face?
Does inviting more also-ran teams to playoff ball REALLY provoke higher player spending?
Commish takes control of team finances from divorce-ridden Frank McCourt.
Are April’s record-low attendance marks a sign that the ticket bubble has burst?
What the magazine’s annual team financial estimates can tell us about the value of a World Series appearance, and the fate of the Dodgers and Mets.
Will MLB.tv ever make your home team’s games available for web viewing?
The Sendai quake has repercussions in the baseball world.
Mix one Hank Steinbrenner comment, the Mets’ money woes, and the A’s and Rays’ stadium situations, and suddenly it’s 2001 all over again.
Hank equates revenue-sharing with communism.
Could Bud Selig’s plan to cram in more playoff teams have a silver lining?
The Rays are staying in Tampa Bay, promises their owner, unless they’re not.
A brief history of revenue sharing, from Bill Veeck to Randy Levine.
The Madoff-Wilpon fiasco is more likely to hurt the Mets’ owners than their team.
Efforts to move the A’s to San Jose are stalled, but will Commissioner Selig set his sights on a new landing spot?