Latest Leaders – February 2013

Latest Leaders logoWith preparations for the season going full steam in sunny locales, Bloggers also are gearing up for the 2013 campaign. Your February Latest Leaders are rounding into form nicely. From repeat leaders like overall top-ranked blog Muskat Ramblings and king of the Fan blogs, Rays Renegade, to new Pro Blog leader SF Giants Photos and rookies like Major-League Obie Role-Based Projection System and The Baseball Sociologist. Congratulations to everyone in this month’s list!

Latest Leaders ranked by page views from Feb. 1-28:

1. SF Giants Photos
2. Better Off Red
3. From the Corner of Edgar & Dave
4. Dodgers Photog Blog
5. Curly W Live
6. Fantasy 411
7. Baseball Nerd
8. John & Cait…Plus Nine
9. Cubs Vine Line Blog
10.’s PROSPECTive Blog
11. TribeVibe
12. Ben’s Biz Blog
13. Brandon and Brandon
14. CastroTurf
15. So I Married A Baseball Player…
16. Hot Stove
17. Blogs Central (lol)
18. B3: Big, Bald and Beautiful
19. Phillies Insider
20. Justice4U
22. Our Game
23. Around the Horn in KC
24. Cooperstown Chatter
25. Inside the San Jose Giants
26. *touch* ’em all
27. Alyson’s Footnotes
28. Newberg Report
29. Inside the White Sox
30. MLB Urban Youth Academy – Compton, CA
31. Unlocking the Keys
32. My Serendipitous Life as a Baseball Wife
33. Rattler Radio
34. Down the Line with the Phillies Ballgirls
35. Clubhouse Confidential
36. Porcupines in Pinstripes
37. Desde el Desierto
38. Comerica Park, 48201
39. Wild Things
40. Rays Radio
41. The Dash Board
42. It’s All Relative
43. Obviously, You’re Not a Golfer
44. The Sprouting News
45. Homestand Blog by Yankees Magazine
46. ‘Riders Insider Blog
47. ‘Cats Corner
48. The Futurists
49. Not Just Baseball…Aceball
50. Chirp Chatter

1. Rays Renegade
2. The Baseball Collector
3. The Brewer Nation
4. The AustralianBaseballDigest
5. A’s Farm
6. mlbblogger
7. The Unbiased MLB Fan
8. The Baseball Haven
9. Cook & Sons’ Baseball Adventures
10. Pinstripe Birthdays
11. Beisbol 007
12. 7000 Coliseum Way
13. 9 Inning Know It All
14. Dodger Blue World
15. La Pagina de Tony Menendez
16. Rockpile Rant
17. The Ballpark Guide
18. Minoring In Baseball
19. Phillies Phollowers
20. CardinalsFarm
21. BrokeMets
22. Brewers Rumors
23. Observing Baseball
24. Three Up, Three Down
25. Ballparks on a Budget
26. Born on Third
27. A Piece of The Game
28. Formerly Fausto: A Baseball Blog
29. Cream City Cables
30. Heard It From Hoard
31. TheCutoffMan
32. The Rays Rant
33. DYNASTY League Baseball from designer of Pursue the Pennant
34. Battling Bucs
35. Major-League Obie Role-Based Projection System
36. Bjarkman’s Latino and Cuban League Baseball History Page
37. Rockin’ Redlegs
38. Where Everyone’s a Giant
39. You’re Killin’ Me, Smalls!
40. The Best MLBlog
41. eltubeyero22
42. This is a very simple game…
43. If You Write It, They Will Come
44. The Baseball Sociologist
45. Reds Country
46. baseballqueen
47. The Angels’ Ace
48. The Cub Den
49. Pedro Beato Fan Club
50. I’m Not A Headline Guy…

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

Reminder: Blogs only can be tracked for this list if they use an MLB theme. If you switch to a different 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


Slowly but surely I’m moving up that list. Battling Bucs had its best month ever in February and placed the highest its ever been at 34th. March is shaping up to be another record breaking month so maybe a shot at the top 30.

Thanks, again, everyone who stopped by. I’m looking forward to another busy spring and summer, and checking out all the other great blogs!

Thanks to this list I can follow a few more bloggers. Some good reads on here. Glad this is here where we can talk about our teams and share it with others. I’ve been here for almost two years and I’m glad I stuck with it too. Got to work with fellow bloggers and found some good ones as well.


Glad you are still blogging here, Matt! Good luck to your Dodgers.

Thanks Mark! I’m glad to still be here too. Can’t wait till The season starts. I have a good feeling about this season.

Huge congrats to all on the list, many of which I love checking out on a near daily basis! One of my hopes is that one day I see my Cincinnati Reds blog represented in this prestigious list. Once again, congrats to those ranked!!

Jeffrey P.

Jeffrey, we’ll make sure people visit – and thanks for your enthusiasm about this great community! Am sure you’ll be on the list soon…good step by leaving your comment there with your full URL, one of the best things you can do for traffic here.


I am #14 again! Thank you thank you!

TheBlueJaysDugout, Welcome to the MLb Blogsphere!

Joshua, You had a good number there in #42 but nice you moved up two!
(inning know it, I will definitely check your interview with Oisk!
Nick, Love your enthusiasm!
Nice to read you here Matt,
Paul, Congratulations on #27
D, have a great time in AZ! I hear they are expecting rain tomorrow.
Rays, Congratulations on keeping that #1 spot!
Congratulations to all!

I’m relatively new to the MLBlogs (but definitely not to baseball!).
I aspire to hit this list at some point this season. Love connecting with like minds here🙂

Thanks to everyone that checked out my blog. I am glad to see that I went from # 42 to # 40 in the past month- I hope to improve and get into the 30’s in March. Congrats to all of the other blogs on the list as well!
The Best MLBlog

My 9 Inning Know It All team was pumped to hear that we made the top 15 for fan blogs. Now the 9 Inning Empire just has to keep expanding. If you missed our recent interviews with Carl Erskine (teammate of Jackie Robinson) and Nate Fish “King of Jewish Baseball” you should really check them out. Lots of fun.

As always, I am at a loss for words. In August 2012, I had less than 800 views for the entire month, and since then, I have risen in the rankings every month! For me, it is not only a great honor to be on this list in the first place, or to be in the top 15, but it is an honor to be near some of the names on the list. This past month, I have received so much support from everyone at my high school! Once the word spread out, everyone quickly gained lots of intrest. All of my teachers have been extremely supportive! I have to thank not only my regular readers, but everyone at my school that has checked out my blog. It is crazy to think how big this really has become for me, being a huge part of my life! I have had so much fun writing about Fan Packs this offseason, and look forward to being a season ticket holder at the Oakland Coliseum this season! My tickets showed up today, putting me one step close to Opening Day! Thank You again to everyone that has supported me from MLBlogs, to my Twitter followers, to my friends at school, you all have no clue how much it means to me! Thank you for everything!

Congrats to everyone on the list. See a few up there who I read regularly. Glad to see them up there

Looking forward to your Spring Training posts, and I will keep commenting!

Thank you to everyone who has read “A Piece of The Game”! I’m proud to be a part of the latest leaders list. Being on the list is always encouraging! Congrats to everyone who made the list!
-Paul K

Ouch…Time to get back to work…Arriving in Phoenix tomorrow :)…”D”

Always feel a huge burst of pride when these listings come out . THANK YOU to everyone who comes by my little slice of baseball paradise, or who leave comments. People forget we all grow when comments are left because they give us insight outside our comfort zone to make changes or see the errors of our writs. Thank you to Mark and MLB Advanced Media for giving us our “home” for blogging about the MLB and a place where fans can even possibly meet in person outside our blogging community either at home or away games.

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