Looking at how much Commissioner Bud Selig has helped grow revenue and how much has been timing.
Major League Baseball’s revenue sharing plan has done what it was intended to do by giving all 30 franchises a chance to be profitable.
The Rangers have finally been sold, so is it possible that the new owners will start spending much more than Tom Hicks?
The outcome of a lawsuit filed against the NFL could have ramifications for MLB.
MLB Network is winning awards, but hasn’t been as profitable as expected for Major League Baseball.
MLB.tv’s app for the iPad is pretty sweet.
April crowds are not always predictive for a full season but fewer fans are going to games so far.
The magazine’s numbers might not always be accurate but are still interesting to peruse.
Some prognostications on what could happen business-wise in baseball this season.
MLB’s mobile technology is as good or better than the NFL’s, but generates far less revenue.
High ratings in other leagues should only bode well for MLB and its teams this season.
This could be the year that watching MLB games on mediums other than television takes off.
While Forbes creates a stir each spring with its valuations of major-league franchises, do the numbers have predictive worth of acutal sale prices?
Dialing up the wayback machine to see who ranked atop and at the bottom of MLB during the Clinton era.