Discover: Tuesday at MLB.com/blogs mission control

We can’t all watch baseball in outer space, but we can watch it from just about everywhere here on the planet and then blog about it. Here’s today’s daily Discover post at http://MLB.com/blogs to help you go into the wild frontier of baseball blogging. Be sure to leave us your blog post URLs so we can send people your way. – Mark

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CDJz1WaW8AEenQfWe’ve been working with Terry Virts’ NASA team this season to get him MLB.TV full-game broadcasts, so that the commander of Expedition 43 aboard the International Space Station can watch his Astros and other MLB action while he exercises between space work. I interviewed him for a Q&A that was posted today on MLB.com. That’s what you call device-shifting! Take a look at his answers, be sure to follow @AstroTerry on Twitter and post a blog entry about how you watch live out-of-market games and how that fits into your blogging. If you haven’t signed up yet for MLB.TV, now is a good time because we just rolled our our new Web-based media player (Version 5.0) and lowered the price for June. Then leave us a comment below with a link to your post.

My MLB.com colleague Thomas Harding alerted me to this fascinating post from the Detroit Athletic Co. blog detailing…

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Hey Mark, I would love some feed back from a seasoned blogger. Check out my first blog entry: http://baseballboy.mlblogs.com/2015/06/05/a-fan-is-born/

I am planning on doing a follow up piece in a few weeks after a road trip to Chase field. I would really appreciate any feed back.

Thanks!

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