The following is a presentation given at the NSLI Conference on October 15, 2021 by Martin J. Greenberg. Click to view the presentation.
By Martin J. Greenberg and David Krienke I. Introduction Throughout the past few decades, naming rights agreements have become a viable tool for Major League Baseball (“MLB”) franchises to bolster
MLB Franchise Values Update Based on 2019 Forbes Report By Martin J. Greenberg & Michael R. Gavin I. Introduction “Baseball is more lucrative than it has ever been” With increasing
MLB Franchise Values Update Based on 2018 Forbes Report By Martin J. Greenberg & Michael R. Gavin With every Spring brings a new Major League Baseball (MLB) season, where each
MLB Franchise Values Update Based on 2017 Forbes Report By Martin J. Greenberg & Michael R. Gavin On February 1, 2017, the article entitled Blast Off! Why Are MLB Franchise
by Martin J. Greenberg and Michael R. Gavin Introduction “There’s a belief . . . that baseball is a dying game. But the numbers indicate otherwise. Baseball isn’t dying.
In recent years, baseball games have become more of an entertainment spectacle than a sporting event, with distractions happening from every angle throughout the entirety of the baseball game. What
On October 22, 1996, construction commenced for a new baseball stadium to replace County Stadium in Milwaukee; this new ballpark became known as Miller Park. The first sanctioned Major League
Bonuses are an important element in any professional players’ contract and a means of increasing a player’s compensation. There are a number of different bonuses utilized in professional sports including:
Major League Baseball (“MLB”) does not have a salary cap, hard or soft. However, MLB utilizes a Competitive Balance Tax, commonly known as a luxury tax, to prevent the wealthiest