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New TV Fees for Washington Nationals Will Boost Them and Crush Baltimore Orioles

TV money is the new power play in baseball. Well, maybe it's not "new," but signing big-money contracts for television rights has changed the balance of power in MLB in a very short time. Would the Los Angeles Angels have been able to sign Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson without the reported $3 billion that the team received from Fox Sports for its latest TV deal? That's expected to bring in more than $150 million in annual revenue, and was a big reason the Angels could sign premium free agent talent.
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Los Angeles Angels crush Baltimore Orioles 7-3 – MLB Recap

Sports / Baseball : Bettor Baseball (2 years ago)

Los Angeles Angels crush Baltimore Orioles 7-3 – MLB Recap The Los Angeles Angels crushed the Baltimore Orioles 7-3 in the first game of their two-match regular series encounter on Tuesday, June 26 at Oriole Park in 2012 Major Leagu... Read Post

The MASN/Baltimore Orioles dispute with the Washington Nationals is getting very ugly

Sports : Awful Announcing (2 weeks ago)

The Washington Nationals and regional sports network MASN have been embroiled in a bitter dispute over the team’s rights fee since 2012. Between 2005 and 2011, MASN and in particular, Baltimore Orioles owner Peter Angelos, were able... Read Post

Albert Pujols Will Make His Angels Debut Today And Major League Baseball Doesn't Want You To See It

Sports : Business Insider: Sports Page (2 years ago)

After signing a $240 million contract this off-season, Albert Pujols will play his first game as a member of the Los Angeles Angels this afternoon. Certainly the game will be on ESPN or the MLB Network, right? Nope. OK, well Angels ... Read Post


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