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February 6, 2005

The Business of Baseball: With a focus on the Chicago Cubs

- Table 6! Table 6 is Up!
- Hello sir, ma'am your order is ready
- Good the 'big game' starts soon
- Aw heck, who cares about that? Check this out...

The Business of Baseball: With a focus on the Chicago Cubs - ajroy

"I have designed this blog to, specifically, highlight my background and experience as a business person and its intersection with my everlasting love of baseball and the Chicago Cubs." - ajroy.

Any blog which can fit in EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization) in a post is a friend of mine. So far, ajroy has posted twice and has talked about an error in Phil Rogers' column with regards to the 60/40 D/E rule, as well as how the Cubs devalued Sammy Sosa as an asset before shipping him to Baltimore. Go ahead, give it a look... it won't bite.

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