Posted on September 28, 2011 – 4:17 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | Art Howe, Billy Beane, Brad Pitt, Moneyball, Oakland A's, That's My Ticket | Comments (1)
That’s My Ticket’s business plan is a simple one as it sells enlarged ticket stubs from notable past sports events as wall art — in essence making a big deal out of something small.
Posted on September 24, 2011 – 2:36 am | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | Billy Beane, Brad Pitt, Jeremy Brown, memorabilia, Moneyball, movies, Oakland A's, Scott Hatteberg | Comments (11)
Just enjoy the show. You’ll understand that when you see the new Brad Pitt baseball movie Moneyball, a film that’s really not just a baseball movie — it’s a drama that’s one part sports film, one part business film and, without a doubt, a Film (capital F) that will resonate for a few people for different reasons.
Posted on September 19, 2011 – 8:06 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Non-Sports | autographs, baseball cards, Billy Beane, Brad Pitt, Chad Bradford, featured, Jeremy Brown, Michael Lewis, MLB, Moneyball, Nick Swisher, Non-Sports, Oakland Athletics, Sports Illustrated | Comments (2)
The newest piece of Moneyball memorabilia is this week’s issue of Sports Illustrated, which features Brad Pitt on the cover. This is sure to be a popular item for sports-minded autograph seekers to get signed.
Posted on July 21, 2011 – 8:06 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | baseball, Billy Beane, Brad Pitt, Columbia Pictures, featured, Jonah Hill, MLB, Moneyball, movie memorabilia, MovieGoods.com, Oakland A's, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Robin Wright, Sony, sports movies | Comments (26)
With any new release, there will be marketing campaigns, which in the past meant materials that ultimately become memorabilia.
Posted on October 27, 2008 – 12:51 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | Billy Beane, Brad Pitt, Eric Chavez, Jason Giambi, Jeremy Brown, Joe Blanton, Moneyball, New York Yankees, Nick Swisher, Oakland A's, Scott Hatteberg, Tim Hudson | Comments (5)
Columbia Pictures recently signed a writer and director for a possible adaptation of the best-selling baseball book Moneyball, which explores the unorthodox scouting and business procedures of the small-market Oakland A’s and General Manager Billy Beane. Who’s possibly in line to play Beane? Brad Pitt.