Around MLB.com Blogs – Baseball Is Back
HAPPY SPRING TRAINING!
Welcome to SF Giants Photos, a blog launched a couple of weeks ago by Missy and Suzanna in the Giants’ Photography department. As you can see already, it will be a blast to follow.
Congrats to my colleague Britt Ghiroli on her second anniversary today as our MLB.com beat reporter covering the Orioles. She talks about it in Britt’s Bird Watch.
Welcome MLB.com columnist and MLB Network studio analyst Mitch Williams to MLB.com Blogs. Wild Things promises to have a lot of opinion from the former World Series closer, so jump right in and leave him comments.
If you love to blog, then you probably also have a Tumblr. Be sure you are following Drawn to MLB – the official Tumblr of Major League Baseball. We started it here at MLB Advanced Media around the Super Bowl and so far the response has been pretty incredible.
Check out The Brewer Nation‘s regular series, Brewers by the (Jersey) Number. Great idea…might want to do that with your team!
Mariners fans love their new front-office blog, which is now renamed as From the Corner of Edgar & Dave.
David Rhode and our friends at Pitch In For Baseball have relaunched their blog in a big way, updated with timely posts that take you inside their important organization. PIFB gets new or gently used baseball equipment to communities in need, and I encourage anyone reading this to get involved in a really great cause.
New Phillies Ballgirls, new trading cards, new post.
Thanks to our buddy Tommy Lasorda for posting all those pictures from last weekend’s big Latino Baseball Hall of Fame ceremony in the Dominican Republic, including the ones with him and Bernie Williams and Bobby V et al. In case we don’t say this enough, everyone should know that Tommy saved the first-ever MLB.com Blogs post back in April 18, 2005 — a tribute to his friend Jackie Robinson. We have all literally been following Tommy ever since.
Keith Olbermann’s Baseball Nerd is always around the top of our MLB.com Latest Leaders, but in case you are not on top of things there lately, check in and see what KO had to say about the batter who allegedly ran to third base, and also his post about Steve Carlton 40 years ago.
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