Product Review: Bring TIM!

Sometimes simple is best.  And when you name your product, Bring TIM!, you are probably thinking along those lines.  For anyone named Tim that is reading this post, my former statement was not meant to be taken as an insult. Anyway, while reading one of my favorite websites (TechCrunch.com), I found out about Bring TIM!,…

3rd Annual Fashion and Football Event

Sarah Lieberman of Fashion and Football has passed along a note about her company’s 3rd annual event, to be held in New York on April 20.  It is presented by Just Dance (the multi0million dollar selling video game by Ubisoft for the Nintendo Wii) and Coors Light (the beer you may drink).  Here are the…

Steve Herz Would Like His Watch Back

Steve Herz is the President of IF Management, Inc. He was also the subject of an Interview with the Agent piece conducted almost two years ago.  He also wants his $7,000 watch back. More than three dozen suspected thieves have been cleaning out Manhattan health clubs, busting locks and snatching cash and valuables as victims…

Dynasty’s Deal With America’s Bat Company

There are many costs for baseball agents.  It costs money to subscribe to scouting services, travel across the country to recruit players, travel across the country to visit current clients, and supply clients with equipment (your guys are making very little money while in the Minors).  While not all clients will ask you to help…

Product Review: Motorola Endeavor HX1

Traditionally, we have reviewed sports-related products and services on SportsAgentBlog.com (examples: ProPlayerVideo, Church Hill Classics Athletic Framing, Under Armour Speed Trainer); however, that does not mean that our readers are not interested in products from other industries.  In fact, based on our demographic data, I would bet that most of you are huge fans of…

What The Supremes Should Be Thinking When They Review American Needle

Even though the Solicitor General advised the Supreme Court not to grant cert in the case of American Needle Inc. v. National Football League, the Supreme Court decided that it will review the case and see whether the NFL is immune from Section 1 of the Sherman Antitrust Act for the licensing of intellectual property. …