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MLB Players Performance Analysis

An Agent’s Best Friend

How sweet would it be to represent an MLB starting pitcher? Now image that the pitcher can hit too. Not only hit, but crush the ball. Well that is exactly what Scott Boras has in Micah Owings. Not only is Owings a solid 4 or 5 starter, but he can hit in the 9 spot […]

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Dynasty Athlete Representation

Dynasty Notes – Part 11

Dynasty Notes will take you through the development of Dynasty Athlete Representation, LLC. If you have not yet read Dynasty Notes – Part 10, go ahead and read it. Enjoy Dynasty Notes – Part 11. Since the last edition of Dynasty Notes, the company has signed both of its baseball clients to deals with Professional […]

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Dynasty Athlete Representation MLB Players Recruiting

Destined For The MLB?

You have been playing baseball your entire life. Join the club of millions upon millions of other people who think that they have the skills that it takes to go pro in America’s Pastime. For some reason, people think it is not that hard to step up the plate and hit a 95 mph fastball […]

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MLB Players Race Issues Recruiting Sports Agents

Does Baseball Need To Diversify Its Portfolio?

It took a good fight, but eventually, blacks were welcome to play alongside whites in American professional baseball. Exactly a week ago, on April 15th (the day that Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier many years prior), the University of Central Florida’s Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport told the press that the percentage […]

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Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up got a treat this week. We were informed that our non-Jewish brother that is definitely from another mother, Eric Gordon, decided to announce that he was leaving Indiana early to play professional basketball at a press conference held at an Indianapolis JCC (that stands for Jewish Community Center). I was kvelling […]

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Social Networking Sports Business

WePlay…No, YouPlay…Without Me

When will the social network bubble burst? Has it already been popped? I do not really know anybody who uses any social friending site other than Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace or possibly Plaxo, on a frequent basis. That surely has not deterred CAA, MLB Advanced Media, and a company called Pequot Ventures to form a new […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Change Up

When it comes down to it, there is no sport that I enjoy or know more about than baseball. A large reason for that is that I grew up with a father who was and continues to be a passionate New York Yankees fan (you have to remember that the Florida Marlins were not around […]

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Dynasty Athlete Representation

Dynasty Notes – Part 10

Dynasty Notes will take you through the development of Dynasty Athlete Representation, LLC. If you have not yet read Dynasty Notes – Part 9, go ahead and read it. Enjoy Dynasty Notes – Part 10. When the last Dynasty Notes was published, I was going through a very hectic period, juggling all of the legalities […]

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The Wash Up

The Wash Up

Game On! The worldwide presence of the MLB almost came to a grinding halt this week as the Boston Red Sox threatened to boycott their season opener against Oakland in Japan due to a pay dispute. But this wasn’t any old pay dispute. The players weren’t interested in an increase on their $40,000 appearance fee, […]

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Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up

Remember that little recruiting weekend that I was talking about right before Spring Break? Overall, it was very successful. However, unfortunately, one of the players being recruited will be signing with another agency. Such is life. Dynasty is continuing its effort to gain some basketball clients and may soon be announcing the signing of some […]