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Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (8/28/09)

I am officially done with the first week of my last year of law school.  It feels good to be back in a learning environment after a few weeks off.  I enjoy all of my classes and am certain that I will take away a lot of useful information to help me grow Dynasty and […]

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MLB Players Retirement

Transitioning Athletes Need Help

Whether you represent a Minor League player or a advise a clubhouse leader at an MLB team for over a decade, will you be there for him once his professional baseball career is over?  Helping your clients transition from baseball players to other professions might not be a service listed in your marketing package.  It […]

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Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (8/21/09)

Cool video above, right?  Kind of makes me want to get my hair cut with Commissioner Stern.  I am back in Gainesville and ready to begin my final year of classes next week.  I made my schedule so that I have absolutely no classes on Monday, which should allow for a lot of work to […]

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Performance Analysis

Tebucky Jones Attempts to Recover One Last Fumble

Former Connecticut HS phenom, SU stand-out and Super Bowl Champ, Tebucky Jones, filed suit against a former employer for not providing an accurate medical diagnosis with regards to his career ending injury. Mr. Jones alleged that the New England Patriots fumbled when they did not inform him he suffered a severe tear to his knee […]

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MLB Teams

All Star Break Numbers

There are a couple of good reads at the All-Star break surrounding the state of Major League Baseball.  Both involve money.  One says that the more money a team spends, the much better chance it has to be at the top of its division (the opposite for teams who don’t spend).  So teams should spend […]

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Contract Negotiation MLB Players

Albert Pujols: Cash Flow Under-Achiever

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. […]

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Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (6/19/09)

This Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up is coming to you from the capitol of Florida: Tallahassee. Yesterday, I woke up (actually barely even slept because of chirping birds all night) at roughly 6 a.m. to get my girlfriend ready for her MCAT. Thankfully that battle is behind us. I feel like I have been studying for […]

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Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (6/12/09)

Wow, it has been a very long and draining week.  But I expected as much going into it.  We have been dealing with the MLB Draft nonstop and will continue to work with our guys who were and were not drafted in the coming months.  Additionally, we will begin to look at 2010 and beyond […]

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MLB Players MLB Rules Performance Analysis Sports Agents

MLB Investigating Role Of Agents With PEDs

What took them so long?  As sports agents, we have a fiduciary duty to act in our clients’ best interests at all times.  That includes informing them of the ramifications of abusing an illegal substance.  It also means that we can’t be pushing or selling performance enhancing drugs to our clients.  All of us would […]

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Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (4/10/09)

Hey Jews…enjoying Passover yet?  Nothing like some matzoh pizza.  Bored at work?  Play a game that allows you to choose whether to hit the gym or juice it up.  I am spending most of this Passover weekend up in Tallahassee with my girlfriend and her parents.  Only a couple of weeks until the NFL Draft.  […]