Sport$biz: an irreverent look at big business in pro sports

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Leisure Press, 1989 - Business & Economics - 222 pages
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A parade of amusing anecdotes about players, owners, and agents, along with outrageous facts and staggering figures that make the wonderful world of sports seem like a multi-billion-dollar three-ring circus.

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Contents

Judgment Calls
27
Lets Get Organized
43
Sell Mates
87
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Dale Hofmann covered every major sport as a columnist for the Milwaukee Sentinel and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from the Super Bowl to the World Series to the Olympics. A member of the Milwaukee Press Club Hall of Fame, he has won numerous state, local and national writing awards. A Northwestern University graduate, he has co-authored two other books, Sportsbiz and Green and Golden Moments: Bob Harlan and the Green Bay Packers.

Martin H. Greenberg, often called the king of anthologists, has compiled more than one thousand anthologies, including the Murder Most...series and the American Ghosts Series. He lives in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He is also a Doctor and professor of Political Science at Green Bay.

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