3 questions with MLB #Sportbiz Expert Maury Brown

   Photo Credit: Maury Brown      September is winding down, which means the playoff races are heating up. Major League Baseball just held their first “Player’s Weekend,” a few weeks ago.  MLB historically has been very traditional, sticking to old ideals and practices.  Player’s Weekend was a change in the right direction.     … Read More

5 Ways TCU Baseball Adds Variety To Workouts

  (Image Credit: KRISTV http://www.kristv.com/story/34548601/tcu-ranked-1-in-college-baseball)      Zach Dechant spoke with me earlier in the year, while his team was preparing for the college baseball season.  I received great feedback from our readers and wanted to gain some more insight into his program and methodologies. To say the Horned Frogs had a great season in… Read More

3 Exercises Every Pitcher Needs to Be Doing

       The middle and end of June is a busy time of year for baseball at all levels. School is out for summer, youth travel baseball tournaments are a weekend staple for families across the country. The College World Series has already (or very close) crowned a champion. Major League Baseball’s draft has… Read More

3 Metrics Used By The Cleveland Indians To Measure Business Goals

           The 2016 Central Division and American League defending champions, Cleveland Indians, play their first home game of the 2017 season on April 11th against the Chicago White Sox. It’s no secret the Indians have struggled with home attendance for several years. In 2016, they were at the bottom of Major… Read More

TCU Athlete Development & Life Lessons

         Sports provide awesome development and learning opportunities for Student-Athletes. There are countless life lessons learned while playing any sport.  This weeks #WednesdayWisdom gives us a Coaches perspective.  Zach Dechant is Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning, for TCU Baseball and TCU Football QB’s.      It is no secret College Strength… Read More