Interesting thing from the LAT Times here about revenue sharing between Major League Baseball and the LA Dodgers. Background: MLB teams are supposed to toss in a third of their local TV revenue into a pot so that smaller-market ball clubs can get a piece of the national pie. This actually makes pragmatic sense; smaller clubs get a revenue stream, and larger clubs don’t have to worry so much that the next city over will get a baseball franchise that will be competing for the same fans. However, technology marches on, and with it new wrinkles. Case in point: Continue reading *Can* the LA Dodgers dodge California’s new taxes?