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About Maury BrownMaury Brown is the editor of BusinessOfBaseball.com, co-chair of SABR's Business of Baseball committee, and covers the business of baseball at his blog, The Baseball Journals. His analysis and commentary has been published in the Boston Globe, CNN/Money, Toronto Globe and Mail, Los Angeles Times, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, San Jose Mercury News, and Oregonian. The opinions expressed here are solely those of the author and do not represent the opinion of the Society for American Baseball Research or its Business of Baseball committee. Maury can be contacted through the miracle of e-mail.
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The sale of the Braves is more of a business deal than some other franchise sales, with family vs. corporate ownership the focus
You've probably never heard of Todd Radom, but you've certainly seen his work
The Washington Nationals are about to have new owners. Now what happens?
A look inside the revenue sharing system of MLB, as well as the latest figures.
The Royals, Marlins, A's, Nationals and Twins have all been talked about for relocation. Now, if they only had a place to go.
Opening Day payroll numbers are out. Has your team been spending less or more than last year on players?
Rob's got a book on baseball blunders. Maury sits down to talk with him about it.
The Nationals are here to stay. Will the team from the first or second half of 2005 show up?
Maury reviews Andrew Zimbalist's new book that details the dramatic changes in the governance of MLB during the Selig tenure.
Buck O’Neil, Minnie Miñoso, Keith Olbermann and the Hall of Fame make for an interesting cocktail.
Maury follows up on his article in The Hardball Times Baseball Annual 2006 with the first of a four part look at the next CBA.
The World Baseball Classic opens whole new avenues for MLB to experiment with marketing.
One day, Bud Selig will no longer be commissioner of baseball. When that day comes, Maury wonders who might take the position.
Maury goes over the debate on statistics, fantasy sports leagues, and the MLB Advanced Media's attempt to impose licensing fees in conjunction with the players that generate the stats.
Maury can't help but count the days till the word "Angelos" is removed from its association with the Orioles.
Maury finds that the Major League Baseball in Montreal almost collapsed less than 3 months after the NL awarded the club
Part 2 in a series on player agents. Maury gets perspectives from Bill James, Fred Claire, Buzzie Bavasi, Tal Smith, and Jerry Crasnick
Part one of a two-part series on the world of player agents. Legends Jerry Kapstein, Dick Moss, the Hendricks brothers are profiled.