New PRO blogs for 2012 openers

Headsup on new PRO blogs to follow:

The Mariners and Athletics get us started in 2012 with the Japan Opening Series on Wednesday and Thursday, and now is a good time to dive into Ian Kay’s Far East Division and Oakland’s Athletics in Japan blogs with lots of behind-the-scenes posting. Also check out the Seattle front office’s From the Corner of Edgar & Dave and Bob Rose’s Clubhouse Confidential.

The Cleveland Indians front office announces the launch of Tribe Vibe. It will be chock-full of inside access straight from the people who run the show, and among the posts is an ASK THE INDIANS series that will feature spotlight Q&As with club personnel, such as their manager of Arizona operations.

Also wanted to give a shoutout to Scot Drucker, who blogs about his decision to hang up the spikes after a Minors career that included 2009-10 with the Tigers’ Triple-A affiliate in Toledo. He has been on MLB.com Blogs the past two years and hope he’ll keep blogging.

Tell us about any cool new fan blogs you have seen…

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Oh, I’ll tell you about a cool blog to read this week! The Baseball Collector, Zack Hample and myself will be in Japan (we actually already are here) snagging baseballs and watching the Mariners/Athletics baseball game in the Tokyo Dome! I’ll have my blog entry up in a matter of hours following the game…and you can read all about it here!

http://www.stock350i.mlblogs.com

And of course, Zack has already been blogging about his time in Japan!

Thanks a lot for the shout out. I am staying involved in the game and will make the announcement shortly once everything is finalized. And I will continue to blog. All the best to you

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