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Warming Up For The 2010 Rule 5 Draft

Next week, top level executives from every Major League organization will congregate in Orlando, Florida for the Rule 5 Draft, which traditionally occurs at the end of the Baseball Winter Meetings.  This year’s Rule 5 Draft will go down on December 9.  As a quick refresher, here are the basics of the Rule 5 Draft: […]

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Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (11/5/2010)

I am currently up in Bloomington, Indiana, where I am finishing up a nice little tour of college campuses this week.  On Monday, I had the joy of speaking to the YCP Sport Management Student Association with Peg Kaufmann (AD Millersville U.) & Bryan Minniti (Assistant GM Washington Nationals), who were great speakers and very […]

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MLB Teams = Big Spenders

Immediately following this year’s August 16th MLB First-Year Player Draft signing deadline, I noted that I had heard from various sports agents and sports law scholars, that based on the strong possibility of a future mandatory (instead of the current “recommended”) slotting system, some of the big spending teams (i.e. Red Sox, Yankees) will be […]

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The MLB Draft Day 1 Broken Down

First Round Bryce Harper (Washington Nationals) – Boras Corp. – Interesting to note that Bud Selig referred to Harper as an outfielder even though he has played mostly catcher his entire life.  Get this kid on the fast track through the Minors. Jameson Tallion (Pittsburgh Pirates) – Hendricks Sports Management – Big high school arm […]

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The 2010 MLB Draft Begins Tonight

While Bryce Harper is the clear #1 overall pick in terms of talent, he leaves a lot to be desired when it comes to character.  Getting a two-game suspension slapped on you after your second ejection of the season, right before the biggest day of your life (the MLB Draft), might cause you to slip […]


An Intern(al) Look At Becoming A Sports Agent

Yesterday was another beautiful day. A great day for baseball. When I finished writing this post, I made the 30 min trip to my undergraduate alma mater to see one of our recruits play. They have one of the better college fields in the area. Coincidence may have it, he currently plays for the main […]

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Georgetown Sports & Entertainment Law Symposium

What: 3rd Annual Georgetown Entertainment & Media Alliance (GEMA) Sports & Entertainment Law Symposium When: April 16, 2010 (8:15 a.m. – Where: Georgetown University, McDonough Room 200 Cost: Attorney receiving CLE credit ($159, $179), Attorney/Practitioner w/out CLE credit ($99, $129), Non-Georgetown Student ($19, $39), Georgetown Student (Free, Free).  First number is applicable if you register before April […]

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Nats Get Former AL MVP

The Washington Nationals ran into quite a snag when their starting catcher Jesus Flores injured his right shoulder. The backup role was filled by a mixture of Wil Nieves and Josh Bard. In an effort to fill the starting role in case Flores can’t go, the Nationals signed former AL MVP and future Hall-of-Famer Ivan […]

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Nats Clients Shining At Every Level

While the Washington Nationals may be ridiculed by casual sports fans and members of the media, the team’s farm system actually is not all that bad.  Dynasty is fortunate to have a stud at three different levels, making a push to be a part of the organization’s bright future. At Class AA, Atahualpa Severino, one […]

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Gary Amato Is A Monster

Gary Amato did not deserve to be cut by the Pittsburgh Pirates.  But life is not fair, and when Amato was cut earlier this year, he did not cry or throw a fit.  He asked us, who he had signed as his agents only two days prior of being cut, what we could do for […]