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It’s a Swing and a Miss was created by baseball enthusiast, Kristi Dosh, as a place to discuss all things baseball. Kristi is both an attorney and a student of the game of baseball. For the past three years, Kristi has contributed to the Braves blog Chop ‘n Change. Kristi is also the author of Can Money Still Buy the Postseason in Major League Baseball?: a 10-year retrospective on revenue sharing and the luxury tax, published by the University of Denver Sports & Entertainment Law Review (2007). Currently, Kristi is finishing a book with the current working title of “Balancing Baseball: How Collective Bargaining Has Changed the Major Leagues,” which will be published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers in early 2011. The book breaks down those provisions of the collective bargaining agreement which have impacted competitive balance in baseball and explores their history, progression and future.
You can also find Kristi contributing regularly on SportsMoney on Forbes.com on a variety of topics relating to sports and money. She also appears on the television show SportsNite on Comcast Sports Southeast and blogs on their website as Miss SportsBiz.
Kristi guest lectures on the topics of revenue development, revenue sharing, collective bargaining and various other topics related to administration and economics in Major League Baseball to both undergradute and graduate students on a regular basis. She also welcomes any opportunities to speak or write on these topics further.
Kristi holds a Bachelor of Arts in Politics from Oglethorpe University, where she currently serves on the Board of Trustees, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. Kristi resides in Atlanta, where she can easily attend Atlanta Braves, Gwinnett Braves and Rome Braves games. She is on a number of boards, including the Advisory Board for L.E.A.D., a revolutionary inner-city baseball program in Atlanta.
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