MLB.com/blogs Latest Leaders – July 2012

Latest Leaders logoWe’re into the final third of the season at MLB.com/blogs and the Trade Deadline has passed. Not surprisingly, the Trade Buzz behemoth rode that excitement to the overall top spot, as MLB.com’s team of beat writers kept us all up to date on the very latest on the trade front. Elsewhere in the MLB PRO Division, Camille Campins Adams, wife of Yankees prospect David Adams, jumps past Mitch Williams to make her Latest Leaders debut with My Serendipitous Life as a Baseball Wife. While the Oakland A’s have blossomed this season, so has A’s Farm, which continues to climb the FAN rankings all the way now to sixth. July was a big month for Cubs 1B Anthony Rizzo and also for Cubs beat writer Carrie Muskat, who cleans up in the Beat Reporter standings. Congratulations to all who made the list, and remember to always leave your full URL with comments here and use TW/FB widgets to help grow your following.

Latest Leaders ranked by page views from July 1-31:

MLB PRO
1. Trade Buzz
2. Better Off Red
3. SF Giants Photos
4. The USA Baseball 14U Blog
5. MLB.com Fantasy 411
6. From the Corner of Edgar & Dave
7. Baseball Nerd
8. Curly W Live
9. Brandon and Brandon
10. Ben’s Biz Blog
11. Dodgers Photog Blog
12. John & Cait…Plus Nine
13. TribeVibe
14. Alyson’s Footnotes
15. 45 Miles From Fenway
16. MLB.com Blogs Central (lol)
17. Ben Rouse’s Brewers Mission 162
18. B3: Big, Bald and Beautiful
19. Around the Horn in KC
20. The Dash Board
21. Phillies Insider
22. The USA Baseball 17U Blog
23. The USA Baseball 15U National Team Blog
24. Express Tracks
25. MURRAY COOK’S FIELD & BALLPARK BLOG
26. White Shark
27. Rattler Radio
28. Cooperstown Chatter
29. Desde el Desierto
30. MLB Urban Youth Academy
31. Above the Plate
32. CastroTurf
33. Our Game
34. Cubs Vine Line Blog
35. Inside the White Sox
36. The G-Blog
37. Clubhouse Confidential
38. Newberg Report
39. The Sprouting News
40. Inside the Jackson Generals
41. On the Mike with Mike Safford (Voice of the Boise Hawks)
42. ‘Cats Corner
43. ‘Riders Insider Blog
44. The Futurists
45. It’s All Relative
46. My Serendipitous Life as a Baseball Wife
47. Roof Report
48. Bloomberg Sports
49. Wild Things
50. Canadians Clippings

FANS
1. The Baseball Collector
2. Rays Renegade
3. The AustralianBaseballDigest
4. The Brewer Nation
5. Red State Blue State
6. A’s Farm
7. Beisbol 007
8. Cook & Son Bats’ Blog
9. Counting Baseballs
10. Born on Third
11. Rockpile Rant
12. The Ballpark Guide
13. mlbblogger
14. Pinstripe Birthdays
15. Brewers Rumors
16. Phillies Phollowers
17. The Baseball Haven
18. Observing Baseball
19. You’re Killin’ Me, Smalls!
20. Three Up, Three Down
21. Crzblue’s Dodger Blue World
22. La Pagina de Tony Menendez
23. The Unbiased MLB Fan
24. Cream City Cables
25. Rockin’ Redlegs
26. TheCutoffMan
27. Minoring In Baseball
28. Fish Fry
29. baseballqueen
30. This is a very simple game…
31. The Rays Rant
32. I’m Not A Headline Guy…
33. Royal Blues
34. All Things Pirates: Breaking down the Buccos
35. The Yankee Dinosaur
36. More Splash Hits
37. 9 Inning Know It All
38. Rox Addict
39. Ballparks on a Budget
40. Grab Some Bench!
41. If You Write It, They Will Come
42. 1992 And Counting
43. Dyna Mets
44. DYNASTY League Baseball from designer of Pursue the Pennant
45. Live, Eat, and Breathe Yankees
46. Battling Bucs
47. eltubeyero22
48. Phillies Red Pinstripes
49. Wrigley Regular
50. swingingbuntz

Discover more great Fan blogs like:
The Fix MLB Report
2r2d
The ‘Stros Bros
Everything Pro Ball

MLB.COM BEAT WRITERS
1. Muskat Ramblings
2. Bowman’s Blog
3. The Zo Zone
4. Mark My Word
5. Beck’s Blog
6. Postcards From Elysian Fields
7. By Gosh, It’s Langosch
8. Britt’s Bird Watch
9. Brownie Points
10. Bombers Beat
11. Brew Beat
12. Change for a Nickel
13. Tag’s Lines
14. North of the Border
15. Gonzo and ‘The Show’
16. The Fish Pond
17. Mariners Musings
18. Major League Bastian
19. Haft-Baked Ideas
20. Major Lee-ague

Reminder: Blogs only can be tracked for this list if they use an MLB theme. If you switch to a different WordPress.com theme for a day or two during that month, those page views will not be included for these purposes because they cannot be recorded by MLB.com.

16 Comments

I really thought I had commented here! I know I did not dream typing it. Maybe it went into Spam. Anyway, Congrats to everyone on the list and even those that are not there yet! It is a labor of love. Thanks for everyone that cruises thru my blog! I was 21. Roberto Clemente!
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I read Wrigley Regurlar about AJ Burnet’s near no-hitter of the Cubs and the Cubs not being no hit since 1965. I automatically think of of that Perfect game in 1965 on Spetember 9th.
-Emma

Wow I made this list at 46th. Never thought my little Pirates blog would do that.

I have to admit it was nice to see my blog on the list. #37 in the fans list. Now I want to check out the other blogs on the list.
9inningknowitall.com

Hey, Mark. I need help with something I can’t seem to figure out on my own. I changed my profile picture and now it shows up small (like yours above) instead of a bit bigger (like Hample’s) on the top right column of my blog. Any idea why this is and how I can change it to the bigger version?

Thanks to everyone who checked out our blog. Keep up the good work, guys. Keep having fun at the ballpark.

It’s always an honor to find myself on this list, regardless of how high or low I am. I’ve gotten a chance to network with some amazing people in the MLBlogs community this year, and look forward to hopefully connecting with many more. Congrats to all of those who made the list, and thanks to everyone who makes this community such a great place!

http://livethedream.mlblogs.com

Yay for the list! It always makes the beginning of the month fun. Congratulations to everyone who made it on this month but, even more so, to everyone out there for just continuing to blog. I love reading your thoughts on the season! And thanks again to everyone who continues to read my blog!
– Kristen

It’s great to see this list every month! Thanks to all the awesome readers!
Steve
http://fishfry55.mlblogs.com

We are very glad to do it…goal is to help more fans find each other. Have a great weekend!

Whew! Just made the list, #49. One big traffic day on July 31st probably put me on the list for the third straight month thanks to AJ Burnet’s near no-hitter of the Cubs and my recent post about the Cubs not being no hit since 1965, http://wrigleyregular.mlblogs.com/2012/06/02/no-hitter-streak/ . Congrats to everyone on the list and thanks to all that have stopped by http://wrigleyregular.mlblogs.com/ to put me on the list again.

~Russel

P.S. I don’t see it on the list, so I know that everyone is missing out on a great blog; visit http://40yearrangerfan.mlblogs.com/ ( One Strike Away…..Twice). You can catch up on all your Rangers news and read some of the best writing in our little baseball community.

Congrats to all on the list. I had a nice run on the Fans list, dating back to the end of last year, but I switched a different WordPress theme and am no longer on the list here. Everything changes in life. Best to everyone here.

http://bluebattinghelmet.wordpress.com/

Thanks, Mark. We’re movin’ on up – #6, our highest rank yet! If you haven’t already, be sure to check us out A’s fans!

Been a wild July with the climax of the Trade Deadline where some teams went for broke, while others trusted their hands and stayed in the game with aces and Wild Cards on the horizon. Also this month some of us had to make decisions pertaining to the new ads on our sites, and it looks like a lot of us stayed the course instead of venturing outside the MLBlogs.com threshold.

Thank you again for all who have cruised by, sent comments or just took in my little write with a grain of salt. Going to be a wild rest of the Dog Days of Summer as most of the MLB will find themselves on waivers as some point, with a few of them possibly changing venues before the September 1st Call-Up announcements. Congrats to everyone who made the Top 50, and to those who didn’t…Keep plugging away, I’m a great example of someone who strolled up the ranks slowly and now have a good view of the MLB terrain. The month of August should definitely fill us with some special moments, and lasting memories…I can’t wait!

Thanks, as always, for putting this together, Mark! Another 12 ranking. Hope to get into to the top 10 this month! Thanks to everyone for checking out The Ballpark Guide blog.
- Malcolm
http://theballparkguide.mlblogs.com/

Thank you so much! I am really enjoying writing and documenting David and my experience in the Yankees minor league system. I appreciate the support! :)

Highest finish ever for my biggest month ever in page views. More than double any previous month for me. Thanks to everyone for checking in during the month. August will bring plenty of new content despite the Brewers not living up to pre-season expectations.

-Adam
http://www.thebrewernation.com
http://brewernation.mlblogs.com

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