Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
© 2014 Theodore J. Zanias
This thesis explores how the market size of Major League Baseball Teams affects their player valuations. By examining player eligibility for arbitration and free agency, and players' Wins-Above-Replacement, I determine the factors that teams value for making player valuations based on their market size. I also examine the impact of television revenue and revenue sharing on player valuations. Ultimately, I determine how smaller market teams are able to remain competitive using alternative methods of player valuations against larger market teams.
Zanias, Theodore J., "Major League Baseball Player Valuations Based on Market Size" (2014). CMC Senior Theses. 972.
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