- They're erecting a statute of Bud Selig outside Milwaukee's Miller Park. Cleaning/security costs are going to be a fortune.
- Did you know that from 2011 to 2035, the New York Mets will be paying Bobby Bonilla $1,193,248.20 per year? That's what the Mets' Steve Phillips agreed to in January 2000 to get out of Bonilla's remaining $5.9M/1yr contract. Now, I may not be a genius when it comes to present value of money calculations, but I'd say Bonilla did pretty well here.
- Via the Green Bag's annual Almanac of Useful and Entertaining Tidbits for Lawyers for the Year to Come & Reader of Exemplary Legal Writing from the Year Just Passed (for which I serve as an adviser), which carries a baseball theme this year, I heartily commend to you Commissioner Bart Giammati's Decision in the Appeal of Kevin Gross (1987).
- J.C. Bradbury, in support of dynamic pricing of baseball tickets.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
PITCHERS AND CATCHERS ARE PACKING THEIR BAGS: A few baseball bullet points as we shift from the NFL to MLB/Idol/Survivor season:
Posted by Adam at 10:20 AM