Holliday Holiday

Which is better, Opening Day with Holliday scoring the winning run or a December holiday when you score a great present? Phenomenal day so far, and although I am pretty much buried in writing the Opening Day weave story for MLB.com, I wanted to highlight some news around MLBlogs.

Mark Feinsand is known to millions of Yankee fans for his annual role as our Bomber beat writer, and today he launched his own MLBLog, Mark it Down. You can find the link to it from the headline stack on the Yankees.com homepage, and judging by the quick comments, it looks like this one is going to become a great hangout. Mark will show you what it’s like being a Yankee beat writer, where you hang around guys like Damon and Jeter for a living.

Another new Cardinal blog started today, and gotta love the name — Party like it’s 1982. Please welcome Tiffany and the author here shares the same amazement with No. 4 on her top 10 list:

    4) Albert is batting 1,000.  Every bat included either a homer (2), a walk (2), or a sac fly.

Rays from across the Pond decided to sleep after all — would you have stayed up to watch the entire White Sox-Indians opener if you lived in England? Give him credit, though — he caught up with the rest of it first thing in the morning.

Best headline of the day: 162-0.

We will continue to leave up the MLBlogs.com homepage panel with a single Opening Day theme and links to various bloggers associated with those teams. Just rotated a bunch of them and sorry they can’t be rotated constantly, but trying to follow a lot of games at once here today!

1 Comment

“Which is better, Opening Day with Holliday scoring the winning run or a December holiday when you score a great present?”

December would be better. I was rooting for the D’Backs.

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