Oakland As (B) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

The general manager of a professional baseball team Oakland must evaluate two salaries and bonus plans proposed by the star pitcher (see UV3696). Plans call for a pitcher to get a bonus if the home attendance next season will exceed that amount. Historical data are available on the performance of the team (the number of games won), attendance, and general manager of the preseason projected number of wins. "Hide
by Phillip E. Pfeifer Source: Darden School of Business 5 pages. Publication Date: 05 April 1991. Prod. #: UV3698-PDF-ENG

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