PHILADELPHIA, May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Major League Baseball (MLB) has set up the next generation of superstar players to mask legal but banned substances for multi-million dollar opportunities, setting the stage for the destruction of the game as we know it. Sports team management consultant Paul Martino's latest book, Street Smart Sports Management, gives insight into the world of baseball management that will redefine how the game should be run.
"MLB is set up to crash and burn with the current performance policing hypocrisy. The loss of goodwill to the fans, the subsequent loss of local tax revenue, coupled with a weakened economy, will trigger major league cities to be forced to raise sales, income, and property taxes. 'Too big to fail' teams may need bailouts to stay alive," explains Martino.
In Street Smart Sports Management, Martino applies business management theory to analyze baseball team owners' management styles, and gives insight into the differences between teams that try to maximize profits versus those that maximize victories.
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The book also includes a collection of baseball performance stories from a historical perspective, including the "Curious Case of Roger Clemens" (growing physically younger as he aged), the "General Manager Buy Low-Sell High Dilemma" (the complex struggle to sign players before they peak and trade before they decline), and many more. Martino provides detailed insight into HGH, cortisone, steroids and general nutrition progress, issues, conflict, and lessons learned over the recent generations.
About Paul Martino
Paul Martino is baseball's future all-star in regards to his theories on sports team management. Martino has spent 25 years as a leader working with Global 500 corporations around the world and leading multi-million-dollar, multi-national corporate negotiations, mergers, and acquisitions. Martino's in-depth knowledge comes from spending his nights as a game-day statistician and reporter for ESPN Sports Ticker for 16 years covering the Yankees, Mets and Texas Rangers. Martino was also recognized as the "Raider of the Lost Parks" by USA Today for the summer he watched a game in every MLB stadium.
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