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  1. TV partners would be hit hard by strike

    A season-ending baseball strike would deliver a harsh blow to baseball's television revenues, with teams being forced to give back more than $600 million to their TV partners.

    Story | Conversation | August 28, 2002
  2. Mets faring OK in new TV landscape

    Adam Rubin

    A recent wave of local television megadeals are making some major league teams big winners in new revenue. That is highlighted by the Los Angeles Dodgers reaching an $8.5 billion agreement with Time Warner Cable over 25 years -- for an average of ...

    Blog | January 07, 2014
  3. Deflated free-agent market affecting many clubs, players - MLB

    Lewie Pollis

    The free-agent market appears to have deflated, and Lewie Pollis explains who stands to benefit most.

    Story | Conversation | November 21, 2013
  4. Picking the 'real' All-Star teams

    Keith Law

    If we are supposed to believe that the All-Star Game counts for something other than TV ratings and MLB revenues, why don't we see rosters built to win the game? It's part popularity contest, part reward for having a good two months to start the seas...

    Blog | June 27, 2013
  5. Does Dodgers' TV deal shield MLB revenue?

    Kristi Dosh

    When you've got $1 billion on the line, it's generally smart to do your homework. That's what the Dodgers appear to be doing, as they have yet to submit their historic $7 billion, 25-year television deal with Time Warner to Major League Baseball for ...

    Blog | March 07, 2013
  6. MLB is swimming in revenues

    Rob Neyer

    There's a reason teams overpay for starting pitching year after year: Proven VeteransTM Syndrome.

    Story | Conversation | September 21, 2005
  7. Experts: Name change might stimulate revenue

    The controversial move by Major League Baseball's Angels to rename the team will likely bring more revenue from advertising and a new TV contract next year but probably won't affect its fan base, sports marketing experts said Tuesday.

    Story | Conversation | January 04, 2005
  8. Rockies say they're in violation of league debt rule

    The Colorado Rockies claim they are in violation of the newly enforced MLB debt rule.

    Story | Conversation | March 14, 2002