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Monday, October 26, 2009
Silver Chalice VenturesI've written in the past about Fenway Sports Group and its not-subject-to-revenue-sharing money. The Red Sox are not the only team getting in on the act:
The Chicago White Sox are stepping up to the plate in the digital media arena.
If David Glass were serious about making the Royals a winner he'd rebrand the pharmacies and sporting goods sections of every Wal-Mart store "Royal-Mart" and give Dayton Moore a billion dollars to play with every year.
Well, not the Dayton Moore part.
Posted by Craig Calcaterra at 2:21pm
“by helping clients offer such services as the ability check scores on cell phones.”
Posted 10/26 at 02:42 PM
Craig Calcaterra said...
Yeah, there could be literally dozens of dollars in that.
Posted 10/26 at 02:43 PM
michael standish said...
Bozos Branding Dept.
It took about a hundred years, but the avant-garde art movement Dada (“Only a Bad Harvest Can Save Us”) and the Surrealist poets (“Everything Is Analogous To Everything Else”) have finally triumphed.
Anyone who’s seen the alleged movie “The Silver Chalice” will know what I mean by that; those who haven’t are in for a harder time, as Paul Newman, the lead actor, (reportedly and very believably) bought every copy of the thing and burned them all.
I can only assume that other possibilities (How about Edsel Marketing? Perhaps [insert favorite Windows joke here]?) involved copyright snags.
The real question, though, is whether the name was picked by Ozzie Guillen or Kenny Williams.
Posted 10/26 at 04:26 PM
“if only David Glass were serious about making the Royals a winner”
Now that’s funny. Excuse me while I go beat my head against a wall.
Posted 10/26 at 05:09 PM
The Rabbit said...
Craig, your response cracked me up. Dozens of dollars may be an overstatement.
Posted 10/26 at 06:20 PM
IF MLB was serious about making the Royals and Pirates competitive…
AND they believed money was the reason they weren’t competitiive…
They would institute salary caps/floors.
Note I don’t say that these things ARE true…
Posted 10/26 at 07:38 PM
IF MLB had a cap/floor…
WOULD that have stopped Dayton Moore from signing Jose Guillen?
Posted 10/26 at 08:25 PM