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Fan engagement: What marketers can learn from baseball

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 04 / 13 / 15

W ith the start of the baseball season, we begin an annual ritual that has become part of our social fabric. The start of a new baseball season is as much about each of us as fans and people as it is about the games. This illustrates a well-kno...

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