Now that some of the details of the new CBA are coming to light, Neil’s able to look at a few of the finer points of how teams will now receive and spend money.
The Cardinals blaze a new trail to the public pocketbook with a gambit that might be ominous for taxpayers everywhere.
After many years and many millions of dollars, the Twins will finally get a new open-air stadium. And, as usual, there’s a lot going on with the deal.
Neil deMause responds to Andrew Zimbalist and the Yankee Stadium financing debate.
Neil deMause responds to some reader mail generated by his column on the proposed Mets stadium.
The Mets’ ownership is supposed to get billed for the new stadium’s construction costs. Is that true?
Neil deMause updates the D.C. stadium saga.
Neil outlines how the most recent CBA is impacting the current news around baseball.
How much of a new stadium does the public really pay for? Neil points to some new research that tells a surprising story.
The A’s are planning to finance a new ballpark the 21st-century way.
Carl Pohlad and friends use fuzzy math to try and open taxpayers’ pockets.
The Twins and Marlins are once again going through their city and state governments in an attempt to secure public money for new stadia.
A report from the first home day game in D.C. in 33 years.
Peter Angelos is about to receive a windfall from MLB. Does he deserve it?
MLB has changed how it licenses fantasy baseball for the Web, and almost no one is happy about it.
What’s the thinking behind the Angels’ name change? And will anyone actually use the new name?