It’s going to be an interesting year

Who says the Red Sox and Yankees can’t be friends?

In the last 24 hours, you may have noticed that our esteemed colleagues here at, Mark Feinsand and Ian Browne, have started their own MLBlogs. Both are recognized by many for their longtime work on their beats, Mark with the Yankees and Ian with the Red Sox. To quote Mark in his latest post, "I’m sure we’ll have a little fun with each other throughout the season." Can’t wait to see both of their blogs on May 1, when Johnny Damon returns to Fenway for the first time.

The opening of a new season continues to bring a multitude of new MLBlogs. Welcome to Dan Haren, who will be on the hill Wednesday night in Oakland against the Yankees. It’s a great opportunity to leave comments and have them seen by a key member of one of the best rotations in baseball. Get a good look inside the world of a Major Leaguer with that blog.

What was that Opening Day really like behind the scenes at Philadelphia? Here are two great ways to look inside: Phillies Fun & Games with John Brazer, and The Baron’s Corner. The latter one comes from the mind of Larry Shenk, the dean of all Major League Baseball PR folks.

Opening Day goes on: Time for Minnesota at Toronto.

Today’s unread email from the Fantasy 411 guys. And nice to see Klayman’s Katastrophes crank it up again for 2006. Especially since he sits right next to this blogger.



Some people are addicted to baseball. But I think you are addicted to baseballs.


I must be the most selfish MLBlogger…

Here’s my thought process after reading this entry: “So Danny Haren’s actually gonna be reading the comments on his blog. Hmm. Am I seeing the A’s this year? Maybe I could leave him a comment and identify myself as “The Baseball Collector” and ask him to throw me a ball.”

I have no shame. But, as it turns out, I probably won’t see the A’s in ’06 since most of my games will be at Shea.

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