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Baseball Attendance and the Designated Hitter

Baseball Attendance and the Designated Hitter Bruce R. and Peter M. Kerr* by Domazlicky an I. Introduction studies have estimated such These equation. are in next summarized the section of the paper. Aside from its in culture as American position A demand model to baseball developed study the national baseball and, pastime, particularly, attendance with to the DH is in respect presented is business. As such, Baseball, Major League the third section. results of demand Empirical teams are to baseball anxious professional are estimation in the fourth section. presented nature the of the for improve product profit and are conclusions Summary findings presented enhancement As as the use purposes. early in the last section. of a hitter had been (DH) designated suggested as a et. al. [Dewtsch 130] product improvement. p. II. Determinants of Demand Under the DH rule the American adopted by in a team is allowed to a The between at attendance 1973, League designate relationship major who will bat in of one of the nine baseball and the use of the DH can games player place league in the The DH does not in be the estimation of a demand players lineup. play explored through the his contribution is limited to offense http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The American Economist SAGE

Baseball Attendance and the Designated Hitter

The American Economist , Volume 34 (1): 7 – Mar 1, 1990

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SAGE
Copyright
© 1990 Omicron Delta Epsilon
ISSN
0569-4345
eISSN
2328-8123
DOI
10.1177/056943459003400107
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Abstract

Bruce R. and Peter M. Kerr* by Domazlicky an I. Introduction studies have estimated such These equation. are in next summarized the section of the paper. Aside from its in culture as American position A demand model to baseball developed study the national baseball and, pastime, particularly, attendance with to the DH is in respect presented is business. As such, Baseball, Major League the third section. results of demand Empirical teams are to baseball anxious professional are estimation in the fourth section. presented nature the of the for improve product profit and are conclusions Summary findings presented enhancement As as the use purposes. early in the last section. of a hitter had been (DH) designated suggested as a et. al. [Dewtsch 130] product improvement. p. II. Determinants of Demand Under the DH rule the American adopted by in a team is allowed to a The between at attendance 1973, League designate relationship major who will bat in of one of the nine baseball and the use of the DH can games player place league in the The DH does not in be the estimation of a demand players lineup. play explored through the his contribution is limited to offense

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The American EconomistSAGE

Published: Mar 1, 1990

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