Diamond Dollars The Economics of Winning in Baseball
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"Diamond Dollars" is a fresh, provocative, insightful, and analytical look at the business of baseball. Using the win-revenue relationship as a foundation, author Vince Gennaro delves deeply to explain how a team??'s level of competitiveness impacts the ???value??? of its players, to explore how a well-developed farm system contributes to a team??'s economic value, and to discuss some recent business trends, such as team-owned regional sports television networks. In doing so, Gennaro answers a number of questions that speak to baseball??'s bottom line. How does winning affect revenues for each team? What is a player??'s economic value to his team? Why does a berth in the postseason have great economic value? What is the economic value of a productive farm system? Does competitive balance exist in baseball today? He also examines the differences in small-market and large-market teams, discussing how economic and revenue opportunities vary, and highlighting the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox and their methods. The book "Moneyball" was a breakthrough for baseball because it unveiled inefficiences in the way talent was evaluated. In a similar fashion, "Diamond Dollars" addresses the inefficiency in the way players are compensated and delivers an unparalleled inside look at the economics of baseball today.A publication of Maple Street Press, distributed by Potomac Books, Inc.
List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Maple Street Press LLC
Publication date: 3/1/2007
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|The Major League baseball business model|
|The power of winning|
|Winning by the numbers|
|Player valuation : the model|
|Player value : loaded with options|
|Valuing the Babe in his Yankee years|
|The economics of player development|
|A strategic approach to assembling the roster|
|A brand-building approach|
|The value of fan loyalty|
|A new management model|