Red Sox in a curious position

Voodoo economics and the Boras Market will make this an interesting winter in Boston

Updated: November 24, 2009, 11:13 AM ET
By Peter Gammons | ESPN.com

How well the baseball business is run was summed up at both the owners and agents meetings when all parties were informed that Major League Baseball revenues in 2009 held at $6.5 billion. In a year when there was a minimal drop in attendance and there was but one September race -- that in the American League's Mid-American Conference -- what the business side of the industry did retaining interest and corporate sponsors in a downturned economy is nothing short of astounding.

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