Ethical Dilemmas In Professional Baseball

250 Words1 Page

Since the late 1900s, professional baseball has evolved to become more than just a game. Back then, most baseball players were motivated by the love of the game. Today, both players and owners hope to reap the profits of what has become a multi-billion dollar global entertainment industry. As baseball becomes more lucrative, owners must undertake strategic decisions in player transactions and investments. The most important form of investment happens through free agency, a period where teams bid on eligible players. Most of those players have spent at least six years in the professional league where they earned the league minimum salary (slightly over half a million dollars). While players try to maximize their worth, teams also have a limited

Open Document