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Bean ball : the designated hitter and moral hazard
From payroll to playoffs
Ballpark boom : new minor league stadiums spring up across the region
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Restrictive labor practices in baseball: time for a change?
Should cities be ready for some football? Assessing the social benefits of hosting an NFL team
This article tackles the question: Are large public expenditures on new stadiums a good investment for cities? Although public subsidies for professional sports teams are controversial, the answer to our question may well be yes. In this article, Jerry Carlino and visiting scholar Ed Coulson from Penn State report the results of their 2003 study: When quality-of-life benefits are included in the calculation, building new stadiums and hosting an NFL franchise may indeed be a good deal for cities and their residents.