Balls and Strikes: The Money Game in Professional Baseball

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Tables and Exhibit
TABLES
1.1 The Payroll of the First Professional Baseball Team4
2.1 Estimated Profits and Potential Profits for Baseball Teams in 197028
2.2 Major Bargaining Issues in 1973 Negotiations with Early Owner/Player Positions33
2.3 Major League Baseball Players Benefit Plan--Monthly Retirement Benefits38
7.1 Offensive Player Yearly Leaders, 1957-1986164
7.2 Positional Distribution of Black and Hispanic Players on the Major League Teams, 1987176
7.3 Proportion of Black and Hispanic Players Found in the Top 25 Percent of Selected Performance Categories, 1987178
7.4 Percent of Blacks and Hispanics in Selected Populations and Those in the Upper Quartile Salary Range180
8.1 Selected Salary Arbitration Statistics, 1974-1988201
8.2 Year-by-Year Salary Gains for Players Who Have Filed for and/or Used Salary Arbitration, 1983-1988202

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables and Exhibit vii
  • Preface ix
  • Part One Collective Bargaining Efforts 1
  • One Early Collective Bargaining 3
  • Two Marvin Miller and the Mlbpa 19
  • Three Collective Bargaining in the 1980s 41
  • Part Two Collective Bargaining Participants 71
  • Four Owners, Commissioners, Media, and Agents 73
  • Five Manager-Player Relationships 99
  • Six Player Pressures and Problems 125
  • Part Three Remaining Player-Management Issues 155
  • Seven The Race and Ethnic Issue 157
  • Eight Player Mobility and Salary Arbitration 181
  • Nine Salary Trends and Controversy 211
  • Notes 235
  • Selected Bibliography 263
  • Index 271
  • About the Author 275
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