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…
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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…
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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…
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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. …
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Dynasty’s Trek To The Fashionable 4

Tracy Dildy

Who are America’s most stylish college basketball head coaches and assistant coaches?  Every year, CollegeInsider.com asks you to vote for who you believe are the most stylish coaches in the NCAA.  Instead of the Final 4, they term the last four head coaches and assistant coaches the Fashionable 4.  Both the head coach and assistant…
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Watch Out for Kobe’s Newest Endorsement


Kobe Bryant, with his international ties and substantial popularity in China, among other places, is a very versatile endorsement candidate.


Is Lance Stephenson All About The Shoes?

Lance Stephenson

The conundrum that is where highly-touted basketball recruit Lance Stephenson will play his college ball may be solved as easily as looking at the shoes he wears, as first reported by SNY.tv’s Adam Zagoria here. Stephenson, a guard for Lincoln High School in Brooklyn, which is known for producing stars such as Stephon Marbury and Sebastian Telfair, is…
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Former Athlete Selling Products To Athletes

Garrett Berger

From 1965-2001, 961 players in total had been selected in the 2nd round of the MLB Amateur Drafts.  Of those 961 players, 876 signed and accepted the signing bonuses proposed by the teams that picked them.  413, or 47.1% of those 876 players eventually played at least one game in the Major Leagues.  Only 266,…
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Jonesin’ for some A-Rod

Baseball and Steroids

I am going to go ahead and throw something out there that I doubt will be viewed favorably by most of the Sports Agent Blog’s readers. America’s fascination with sports is severely sick and twisted. Set fire to the stake, assemble the tar and feathers and send me straight to the guillotine, for I have…
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Train Your Clients To Use Firearms?

Plaxico Burress

Professional firearm training is important for individuals that constantly find themselves in positions where their lives are in danger.  That is why it is understandable that all American diplomats get such training before starting their work in foreign countries.  There have been many attacks/planned attacks on American embassies overseas.  But what about professional athletes?  Are…
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