Greg Baum Economist reviewed draft data as 16-team competition from 1997 to 2009 and modelled alternative.
Greg Baum With free agency thrown in, trade week now goes for a month.
Greg Baum Emma Quayle's The Draft follows five draftees and their time in the AFL cauldron.
Greg Baum Now that the new AFL dispensation is in place, and a certain amount of goodwill is flowing its way, and its ears are open to entreaties, there is one matter it should deal with straight away, and...
Greg Baum In Andrew Demetriou's 11 years, the AFL has entrenched itself as the most prosperous and powerful sports body in the land.
Greg Baum Dale Thomas' rebaptism as a Carlton player was sealed in the sweat and tears of a defeat.
Greg Baum Essendon was desperate not to be cast as a cheat, but that is how it will be remembered.
Greg Baum The Blues wrote the book on manipulation; the Swans merely digitalised it.
Greg Baum Will Strange befriended Cyril Rioli when he arrived at Scotch College from Melville Island.
Greg Baum Some would have this grand final as a contest for Melbourne-Sydney honour. They are like uniformed Japanese sentries who, until the '70s, periodically emerged from the jungles of Malaysia, still...
Greg Baum The Swans' popularity now transcends even Melbourne-Sydney sectarianism.
Greg Baum Anomaly uncovered by Senator Nick Xenophon highlights conflicting forces in professional sport.
Greg Baum Melbourne played like men possessed, Carlton like a self-possessed team.
Greg Baum And with good cause, but four-game Magpie has spread his wings.
Greg Baum Lachie Keeffe will play a cornerstone role against Hawthorn in a game that will expose how much of Collingwood's late-season recovery is real.
Greg Baum A player who seeks to change clubs because of personal ambition is liable to be seen as selfish.
Greg Baum Aaron Davey was a puff of fresh air when he came along in 2004.
Greg Baum To put Geelong in the mood for the 1963 VFL grand final, coach Bob Davis brought in piano accordionist and television clown Happy Hammond.
Greg Baum Richmond coach Damien Hardwick suggests AFL clubs could trade for coaches as in the NFL.
Greg Baum There is no premiership so coveted as the one that can never be won.