This episode of the Replacement Level Podcast features Nathaniel Grow. Nathaniel is a contributor at FanGraphs, the author of the book Baseball on Trial: The Origin of Baseball’s Antitrust Exemption, and an associate professor of legal studies at Terry College of Business.
He joined me to discuss the CBA. We talked about what the primary goal for each side was in the negotiation, why the MLBPA has seen their share in overall revenues decrease, and why the luxury tax hurt them more than they anticipated when they first agreed to it.
We also spoke about the Dodgers television deal, the cable bubble, and his book.
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