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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 09.09.13 – 09.16.13

Top news in the #SportsBiz this week showcases tennis utilizing IBM analytics to better players and business.  Other news includes the legend of Boomstache, the NHL setting their sights high, MAG taking their marketing efforts on the road, and BNY Mellon partnering with Levis’ Stadium.  Read on for more. Sports Technology IBM uses analytics to…

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Justin Verlander Becomes Highest Paid Pitcher In Baseball

Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Justin Verlander signed a record $180 million contract on Friday making him the highest paid pitcher in the history of baseball. Just two months ago, Felix Hernandez of the Seattle Mariners had signed a seven-year contract worth $175 million, the richest contract for a pitcher at the time. Verlander’s contract includes an…

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Social Media In Sports: Inside Look At The 2012 World Series (INFOGRAPHIC)

The San Francisco Giants have ranked among Major League Baseball’s best in utilizing social media in sports to their advantage. And with the 2012 World Series wrapping up just a few days ago, the Giants not only came out on top in the four-game sweep over the Detroit Tigers, but they also won the social…

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MLB World Series: Comparing the Teams via Social Media

Finally, we’re here. The World Series. There’s no greater stage in sports, no greater moment than the last out made each season, and no greater battle between the two teams than the one for…social media supremacy! With the last two remaining teams having been decided and the World Series underway, we know how the teams…

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MLB Playoffs Round Two: Comparing the Teams via Social Media

Here we stand with four teams left, each series destined to be a grueling battle for its league-respective pennant. Coincidentally, the four teams with the most Twitter followers heading into the playoffs are the four that remain. By this logic, we ‘ll be looking at a New York Yankees/San Francisco Giants World Series in due…

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MLB Playoffs: Comparing the Matchups via Social Media

With the Wild Card playoff games over and done with, protests denied, and the Division Series games underway, it’s time to look at the remaining matchups a little closer. Be it from loyal fans or playoff bandwagoners  many of the remaining teams have strong online presences, but how do the teams stack up in terms of…

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Huge Sports Sponsorships Likely Won’t Follow Cabrera’s Triple Crown Feat

Miguel Cabrera hasn’t exactly been your poster boy off the field for the Detroit Tigers over the last few seasons. From his trade to the Motor City back in December of 2007, the Venezuelan-born Cabrera has had multiple run-ins with the law. Yet, this past Wednesday night in Kansas City, that might all have been…

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MLB Facebook Pages – Top vs Worst Teams

It can be argued that the best teams should have the best MLB Facebook Pages. If a team is successful on the field, you’d expect they’d be able to capitalize on fan fervor and strengthen their fan connection online.  On the flip side, it might also be argued that the worst teams have nowhere to…

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Sportsmanship Reborn for MLB

Sportsmanship was reborn on June 2 and it wasn’t without a lot of labor pains. In one of the most debated and discussed baseball games in years, Major League Baseball umpire Jim Joyce incorrectly called a Cleveland Indians’ ground ball to first base with two outs in the ninth inning, safe. A video replay showed otherwise….

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