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Just as TV economics are transforming college football and creating new winners and losers, they are about to do the same in baseball, further widening the payroll gap between high and low-spending teams. Sometime in the next few years, it produce something astounding: The first billion-dollar player.
Reports surfaced on Monday that the Los Angeles Dodgers are close to signing a 25-year television deal with Fox worth between $6 and $7 billion, paying the Dodgers $280 million a year, up from the current level of $40 million. This follows a deal Fox signed with the Los Angeles Angels in Decem
Originally posted by shelookslikeone
Thank you OP. I love living in a society that pays it's educators and protectors minimum wage and makes it's entertainers rich. 10 years of medical school and you still can't make as much as Justin Beiber.
Idiots.edit on 29-11-2012 by shelookslikeone because: (no reason given)