Where will the jobs be in the sports business in the next decade? Who better to ask than Matt Winkler, the Professor & Director, Sports Analytics & Management at American University.
At this point in my life there is not much I can brag about that will impress my college-aged children, but one story that recently captured their attention concerned Fantasy Baseball. I was among the earliest adapters to a game we called Rotisserie Baseball. This was a pre-cursor to today’s fantasy sports. It was invented by a Manhattan journalist named Daniel Okrent and named for La Rotisserie Française, the restaurant where the first players held their draft and laid out the ground rules.