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Minding My Business: ISE Baseball CEO Mark Pieper

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 18 / 17

Name : Mark Pieper Title : ISE Baseball CEO Where I’m from : Chicago Heights, Ill. Where I call hom e: Highland Park, Ill. Focusing on right now : Within baseball itself, we are really focused on arbitration. As soon as the regular season ends, we start our analysis, our writi...

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