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Franchise Success

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Every team has a model for winning. But winning is not the only thing. This model reflects the dual purpose of a franchise and how to go about getting a winning team through statistics and team development.

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  • This diagram is based on the reality that while fans want championships; ownerships want profits. These are not mutually exclusive events – but a team’s success is not always translatable to the owner’s pocket book. Additionally, owners are not always very interested, or knowledgeable, to operate a team with the ultimate ‘best interests’ of the on-the-field performance. Having a good front office – that marries both the revenues and marketing with the winning ways – are reasons fans will come in droves. It also helps to have a huge city free of other things to do .
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    1. 1. Franchise Success Chart Revenues/Profits Championships Regular Season Wins Home Attendance Runs Allowed: Pitching/Defense Runs Scored: Offense R 2 =.90+ Slugging Ability On-Base Ability Base Stealing/Running Pitching: Keeping it in the park Fielding: Catching the ball Power Control Command Variation Positioning Quickness Decisions Arm Off-season Moves Marketing of Team Successes Team Drafting & Publicity Community Involvement & Players Connection R 2 = .596. Not a surprise that more fans equal more revenues R 2 =.97 for (Runs Scored - Runs Allowed) for Obtaining Regular Season Wins Voros McCracken: DIPS B. James & Palmer Creating a Brand to Market General Manager, Manager & Staff
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