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It’s Not The ‘Size’ That Matters

This is absolutely great PR. Grady Sizemore, of the Cleveland Indians, has a huge following of ladies called “Grady’s Ladies.” They have a website: The Grady’s Ladies Sisterhood. In addition, the Cleveland Indians have made a lot of money selling “Mrs. Sizemore” t-shirts and benefitted from a 200% increase in female Indians game viewers last […]

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Baseball America’s Top 100 Prospects of 2006

Call me silly, but I value Baseball America’s prospect rankings over any other source. Their Top 100 list for 2006 was just released, with Tampa Bay’s Delmon Young at the top of the list. I hope this kid becomes a star, because pretty much every publication that I have read so far which discusses baseball […]

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Want to be an MLB agent? (Part I…of many)

The sport that I am most interested in is baseball, but I do love all sports (except for hockey…which is more like a bloodbath with a puck that shuffles around on ice…I kid). Anyway, I figure that I will tackle the important aspects of the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) today and leave the […]

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New high MLB signing bonus

#1 pick of the 2005 MLB Draft, Justin Upton, has just obtained the largest 1st signing bonus in the history of baseball. He will receive $6.1 million over 5 years (that is just the signing bonus). His agent is Larry Reynolds, brother of Harold Reynolds. More about this may be read here [tags]upton, baseball, mlb, […]

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Next Question!

What would a Sports Agent blog be without discussion on the current (whether it’s good for the business of sports or not) poster-boy of the Sports Agent world, Drew Rosenhaus? In his last Press Conference (notice that we actually have not seen him in a while), he barely answered any questions from the press straight-forward, […]