Detroit’s Colangelo Has The Tigers Communications By The Tale

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  Whether it’s showing Richard Branson how to throw a pitch, making sure Women’s World Cup gets a proper tribute or that their manager is effective engaged in the social space, the Detroit Tigers seem to always be in the mix helping to raise the profile of MLB off the … [Read more...]

The Sound Of Cricket In Sports Business Is Louder Than You May Think…

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While one of the most diverse sports weekends of the year takes place; French Open Final, Women’s World Cup starts, NBA and Stanley Cup Finals, soccer wraps in Europe and a healthy dose of baseball in the States, the marvel of the massive draw of cricket still provides a nice … [Read more...]

The Simplest Of Promos Can be The Best

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A few years ago on Sunday morning as I was going to get bagels I heard New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan on “Ed Randall’s Talking Baseball” show on WFAN in New York talking about how the simplest of actions with his father, playing catch after work, were some of his brightest … [Read more...]

From Bergen To The Bigs And Back Again; Catching Up With Mark DeRosa

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He never in his native New York area during his 17 year Major League career, but former MLB outfielder, infielder and catcher Mark DeRosa grew up nearby (Passaic), and starred in high school (Bergen Catholic) before going on to Penn and is now back in the New York area, at least … [Read more...]

We Love A Comeback: Pete Rose Returning To The Fold?

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Pete Rose on the comeback, kinda? It has been very slow, but the logjam appears to be softening under new MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred, as baseball’s banned hit king has started to make his way into the “official” good graces with baseball. The question from a business standpoint … [Read more...]

The AROD Dilemma; To Promote And How Much?

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On April 28 the New York Yankees will have a bobblehead night for one of their stars. He crosses cultural demos and brings people out to the ballpark in The Bronx who may not come out otherwise. Later this summer they will honor one of their legendary players from the recent … [Read more...]

Kid CEO Program A Major Idea In A Minor League Business

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This past week at the IMG World Congress of Sports MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred again talked about the need for baseball to find ways to engage young people and keep them avid fans for life. One way he mentioned was for seniors with disposable income to be the advocates of … [Read more...]

More Needed: MLB Managers On Twitter

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One of the biggest challenges and opportunities new MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred has talked about is how to keep millennials engaged and involved in the game of baseball. While it is no secret that the folks at MLB Advanced media continue to use the digital space to enhance the … [Read more...]

Swing and a Miss: College Baseball Opening Day Comes, No One Notices

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It is here again with very little notice, starting on Friday the 13th and going into NBA All-Star Weekend, while both last weekend and next weekend remain open for possibilities. The official start of college baseball season. While most media outlets are closely following every … [Read more...]

Talkin’ Baseball, Charity With Ed Randall

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If you have been around baseball at any point since the 1970’s you may not know Ed Randall, but you know of him. A longtime New York radio and TV personality and published author, he now hosts the Sunday morning radio program Ed Randall's Talking Baseball, which airs on New … [Read more...]