[Yahoo Sports: Big League Stew] – How will Phillies’ new $2.5 billion TV contract influence their spending?

… e perspective, the Phillies are bringing in $35 million a year under their soon-to-be-expired television … [Yahoo Sports: Big League Stew] – How will Phillies’ new $2.5 billion TV contract influence their spending? Author: Mark Townsend From Feed: http://sportspyder.com/teams/philadelphia-phillies/news.xml Powered by WPeMatico

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How will Phillies’ new $2.5 billion TV contract influence their spending? (Big League Stew)

The Philadelphia Phillies and Comcast Sportsnet have agreed on a new 25-year television contract according to multiple reports on Friday, including one from the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Matt Gelb . Gelb also reports the new deal is worth an astounding $2.5 billion Source: Phillies’ 25-year TV rights deal with Comcast SportsNet is worth $2.5 billion in addition to an equity stake and some ad revenue. — Matt Gelb (@magelb) January 3,…

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[NBC Sports: Hardball Talk] – Jonathan Papelbon compared the cultures of the Red Sox and Phillies

… lained that he “definitely didn’t come [to Philadelphia] for this” after the Phillies lost their eighth game in a row. On the air with WEEI’s Rob Bradford and gue … [NBC Sports: Hardball Talk] – Jonathan Papelbon compared the cultures of the Red Sox and Phillies Author: Bill Baer From Feed: http://sportspyder.com/teams/philadelphia-phillies/news.xml Powered by WPeMatico

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Jonathan Papelbon compared the cultures of the Red Sox and Phillies (NBC Sports)

Losing never feels good, even if you’re the most well-compensated player at your position. Following the conclusion of the 2011 season, the Phillies signed Jonathan Papelbon to the richest contract ever for a closer — a four-year, $50 million deal with a fifth-year option that can vest at an additional $13 million. Papelbon has generally… Jonathan Papelbon compared the cultures of the Red Sox and Phillies (NBC Sports) Author: From…

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[Bleacher Report] – Will New Massive TV Deal Allow the Phillies to Spend Their Way to the Top?

… habits. Amaro said his payroll will be consistent with last year’s, and the Phillies are nearing their self-imposed $170 million limit. But looking further into … [Bleacher Report] – Will New Massive TV Deal Allow the Phillies to Spend Their Way to the Top? Author: Jason Catania From Feed: http://sportspyder.com/teams/philadelphia-phillies/news.xml Powered by WPeMatico

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Philadelphia Phillies Land Lucrative TV Rights Deal Reportedly Worth $2.5-$3 … – Forbes

CBSSports.com Philadelphia Phillies Land Lucrative TV Rights Deal Reportedly Worth $2.5-$3 …ForbesFirst it was the Texas Rangers. Then it was the LA Angels. In-between, the Padres, Astros, Mariners, and soon-to-be Dodgers got in on the act. What they have landed are massive media rights deals that dwarf what they were receiving in revenue prior.Phillies agree to long-term television deal with Comcast SportsNetCBSSports.comWhat Should New Television Deal Mean for the Philadelphia…

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[MLB: Phillies] – Phils, Comcast SportsNet reach new TV deal

… s a 25-year deal. Comcast SportsNet certainly will broadcast the majority of Phillies games, but NBC10 is expected to get its share of Sunday broadcasts. WPHL wil … [MLB: Phillies] – Phils, Comcast SportsNet reach new TV deal Author: Todd Zolecki From Feed: http://sportspyder.com/teams/philadelphia-phillies/news.xml Powered by WPeMatico

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[We Should Be GM's] – Money Ain't a Thang

… The Philadelphia Phillies have finalized a 25 year $2.5 billion tv contract in addition to an equity s … [We Should Be GM's] – Money Ain't a Thang Author: GM-Carson From Feed: http://sportspyder.com/teams/philadelphia-phillies/news.xml Powered by WPeMatico

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Money Ain't a Thang

The Philadelphia Phillies have finalized a 25 year $2.5 billion tv contract in addition to an equity stake and ad revenue.  That’s an average annual value of $100 million per year, up from the previous $35 million they were raking in.  Increased payroll?  Probably not. Money Ain't a Thang Author: GM-Carson From Feed: http://pabaseball.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default Powered by WPeMatico

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