Case | HBS Case Collection | August 2005 (Revised March 2006)

Moneyball (A): What Are You Paying For?

by Frances X. Frei, Dennis Campbell and Eliot Sherman

Abstract

Explores the contextual elements of Major League Baseball and presents data to allow for an analytic examination of alleged market inefficiencies within the sport.

Keywords: Market Design; Performance; Sports; Compensation and Benefits; Sports Industry; United States;

Citation:

Frei, Frances X., Dennis Campbell, and Eliot Sherman. "Moneyball (A): What Are You Paying For?" Harvard Business School Case 606-025, August 2005. (Revised March 2006.)