December 11, 2013
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About John BeamerJohn is a consultant for a Boston based strategy firm and has been so for far too long. John was born in London, England and despite spending time in Washington, Seattle, Orlando and San Francisco he natuarlly decided to follow the Atlanta Braves once they started winning in 1991. In his spare time John watches and reads about baseball as much as possible. He also enjoys spending time with his wife and son, who will grow up an Atlanta Brave fan. He welcomes comments via e-mail
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A look at some of the surprises of the 2008 season.
John chats with Eric Seidman about his new book and much more.
John gets out the microphone and talks to Jorge Costales, an expert on baseball finance and a Marlins fan to boot.
What the markets think about the senior circuit.
What are the prediction markets saying about the junior circuit?
John returns with his final installment looking at how much ball clubs are worth
There is a new stadium in the rotation: Nationals Park
John's annual moan about Forbes' franchise values.
A look at some of the studies in JC's book, The Baseball Economist
One year on, part 3 on John's ball club valuation series hits the press!
John takes a look at what the prediction markets are prognosticating for the coming year.
It's trade review time again. Bobby Abreu steps up to the plate.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, can the M's win it all?
John and Geoff chat about life, the universe and everything over a cold beer.
Surely it is worth a team taking a punt on Barry Bonds. Surely.
Are the Mets built to contend only in 2008? What about 2009 and beyond?
For those who aren't bored with the Santana circus ...
The response to the last rules and quirks column was overwhelming. John checks out the thoughts of some THT readers.
The Marte/Renteria deal was slammed by Braves fans. However, it looks as though John Schuerholz once more came out on top.
John dives into the rule book to find 10 rules of baseball that if you do know you probably shouldn’t, and if you don’t know you probably wouldn’t want to.