Taking Aim at the Can-Am League, Ramapo Ballpark

In a column on NewJerseyNewsRoom.com today, columnist/ pundit/lecturer and author of The Business & Politics of Sports Evan Weiner takes aim at the Ramapo (NY) ballpark project at the expense of the Can-Am League and a few of its teams.  So, did the anti-ballpark group Preserve Ramapo recruit themselves a mercenary?  Read more here.  Thanks to John Cerone for the link.


Filed under Money & Financials, Stadium Issues

3 responses to “Taking Aim at the Can-Am League, Ramapo Ballpark

  1. evan weiner

    Dear Sir,
    I wish you would have contacted me before you accused me of being a mercenary. I guess you throw out an accusation and if it sticks great. I do suggest you read my writings, buy the book, it is $9.99 through amazonkindle, xplana.com orif you need a PDF, http://www.bickley.com at the book store and then hurl something against the wall and back up your statement. By the way, no spelled the name wrong, as George Steinbrenner once said at us, I don’t care what you write about me as long as you speel the name correctly.

    • ballparkbiz

      Mr. Weiner:

      Those who visit this site regularly and know me from different forums over the years know that I was just being facetious. You will also notice that I ended the sentence with a question mark. Regarding your name, I apologize for spelling it incorrectly in the blurb, but it was spelled correctly in the tags. Finally, if you would have clicked on the link, you would have noticed that I actually gave your book a plug via Amazon. This, coupled with your own plug, should send book sales through the roof. Your welcome!


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