I am back in New York, which is starting to feel like a second home based on how much I have been traveling up here as of late. Today I will be giving the Keynote Speech at New York Law School’s 5th Annual Sports Law Symposium. The focus will be on growth areas in the […]
In many’s eyes, Albert Pujols is the best baseball player around and quite frankly, his numbers support that claim. Pujols’ career statistics are superior than many of the other players that hold down spots on the highest-paid list in the MLB; names such as Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira, Manny Ramirez, Derek Jeter and Carlos Beltran. […]
Two aging stars, Manny Ramirez and Kurt Warner, signed contracts in the first week of March, but that is where the similarities between the two end.
Buster Olney of ESPN reported that, “There is a growing feeling within the industry that the nation’s economic struggles are going to have a major impact on the decisions of some teams. Some executives and agents believe a lot of teams might shy away from long-term obligations knowing that the disposable income of many of […]
Andy Pettite waited to sign with the New York Yankees, and ended up re-signing with the team for much less than the Yankees initially offered him. Instead of accepting a $10 million contract, Pettite waited, and recently signed a deal for $5.5 million guaranteed. His agent, Randy Hendricks, put a spin on the deal, saying […]
After the dominating performance Manny Ramirez gave with the Dodgers this past season, LA is not ready to see their prize walk away just yet. In an interview, Manny stated, “I want to see who is the highest bidder. Gas is up and so am I.” This past Wednesday, General Manager Ned Colletti said that […]
Should Boston fans really be upset with Manny Ramirez? The guy sure bitched a lot about the city in the past few years, but was there another reason for Manny’s move to Los Angeles? This other reason is so important that MLB has launched a full investigation into the background of the trade. Manny Ramirez […]