BBBA Members Presence On The MLB Reports: Lots Of Content Heading To Our Site!
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As some of you have probably already surmised, the Baseball Bloggers Alliance has infiltrated the mlbreports.com big time over the last few months.
These are talented writers that love the game as much as we do, and we have the pleasure of sharing some of their work on our place of the web. I hope you embrace their work, and click the links over to their home sites.
I was named the President of the BBBA back in August and since I returned from my year-long MLB journey in October – I have been working with a lot of pro bloggers.
In 2011, I was lucky enough to have been tutored on baseball writing by our ‘website founder’ Jonathan Hacohen. It is my wish to help out as many other independent bloggers as humanly possible as a ‘pay it forward’ maneuver.
MLB Reports is happy to give our social media power to the cause.
The MLB Reports will still stick to its core of content – and this additional material will act as supplemental. We may reach over 2000 posts for the 2016 calendar season.
We have Sully’s Baseball Podcast for 366 episodes this year, and he runs a daily MVP segment during the regular season and playoffs called ‘Who Owned Baseball’.
We are still going to be hardcore when it comes to Gambling on baseball. Hunter Stokes will run a weekly blog on all MLB Futures, and will have MLB Power Rankings during the regular season.
I will be helping Hunter write all of the 2016 MLB Team Payroll articles – and we are going to be going heavy on this aspect going forward – as it is one of our biggest strengths. The plan is to update them a hell of a lot more.
We also have MLB Shutout Survivor and MLB Runs Scored Survivor coming back for 2016.
We also update the website every time there is a no-hitter, cycle or top 50 contract handed out. There are widgets on our sidebar window of the home page. Of course, we also have a Tommy John Surgery ALL – Time List page we keep here at the site too.
I also will be updating the Interleague Results every day – and keep a running total of the records.
I have taken the MLB Scheduling off the site because it is to time intensive to maintain. i still hate the fact that no MLB Website offers monthly and yearly running pages for their schedule like the nhl.com does, but there are not enough hours in the day to keep it true.
Look for more posts, and more coverage for all of your favorite teams and players in 2016!
If you haven’t had enough of your baseball fix, I am also operating the BBBA’s website over at bbba.work
Thanks for reading and for your time,
BBBA President/Majority Owner of mlbreports.com