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About Brian BorawskiBrian Borawski is a member of SABR's Business of Baseball Committee and writes about the Detroit Tigers at his own website, TigerBlog.
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Free agency anniversary and the Twins stadium deal reaches its final hour
No resolution in D.C. and the Braves on the block.
MLB and D.C. agree on a lease and the Yankees lose money
The Mets go on a spending spree and the Yankees raise ticket prices.
Luxury tax loopholes and the Marlins on the move.
The Nationals are still owned by MLB, and the league has a new steroid testing policy.
General manager merry-go-round and the Reds are sold.
World Series ratings down and the San Diego City Council Approves Ballpark Village
Washington Nationals update and a third team in New York
Attendance, attendance and more attendance
Hurricane relief and the St. Petersburg Devil Rays.
Monday night baseball and a World Baseball Classic update.
Bud Selig talks and the Seattle attendance conundrum.
The Mets gut their scouting department and Latino Legends.
Conspiracy theories and another reason why Peter Angelos hates the Nationals.
Draft date changes and the Marlins' season-ticket extortion play.
Cardinals switch radio stations and Major League Baseball's impending sale of the Nationals
Comcast suit dismissed and Roger Maris' legacy
Athletics stadium talk and the MLB attendance conundrum.
D.C. Bullies, Las Vegas and Baseball Cards
All-Star Game Edition
Mostly Nationals in the Independence Day version of the report
Partisan Politics and the Supreme Court
Nationals make money and ballparks don't help economies
Stadium Updates Galore
Billionaires, Bud and the Babe
It's a light Memorial Day edition this week.
Twins stadium deal lives on, and Bud Selig says viva Las Vegas.
Twins stadium update and Bob DuPuy sends a love letter of his own
More Twins and Marlins, and the Yankees lose some caps.
Marlins and Twins stadium updates, and the Nationals in the news ... again.
Comcast complaints, Twins stadium update, and more.
Welcome to the first in-season business of baseball report. Every week at this time Brian will break down the top business stories of the previous week, and try to add a little insight and (poor) humor. So let’s get right into the action ...
Brian previews the new-look Tigers.
A quick look at stadium development throughout the league.
Brian examines the history of the Angels and their many names.
Une histoire de Les Expos de Montréal -- 2002-present.