July 2nd, 2013
These are some of the latest PRO posts within the Major League Baseball family. If you have a post of your own you want to feature, make sure to leave a link in the comments below
- The Trade Deadline blog is back for 2013 to keep you up to date the rest of the way to the July 31 deadline.
- MLB.com’s Bucks on the Pond game show visited Miller Park and John & Cait were there to document it.
- MLB.com’s Richard Justice is excited to see what the Nationals can do now that they’re getting healthy again.
- Phillies Insider has an update on Darren Daulton after the former Phillie underwent surgery to remove brain tumors.
- Better Off Red posted photos from Monday night’s deluge that had the Great American Ballpark outfield under water.
- If it seemed like Opening Day for the Nats all over again Monday night, Curly W Live says that was no coincidence.
- Scott Reifert shared two pieces of great news with the White Sox signing a prospect and bringing back Jim Thome.
- From the Corner of Edgar & Dave profiles the Mariners’ representative at the Pitch, Hit & Run National Championship.
- Cubs Vine Line Blog shares a Q&A with Cubs catcher Dioner Navarro from the July issue of the magazine.
- Todd Zolecki writes that this could be the final month for the five remaining Phillies who won the World Series in 2008.
See how an MLB.com Blog, Twitter and the coolest game show on the Internet helped lead to an unforgettable day at a Major League ballpark…
If you’ll recall, a couple of weeks ago, I wrote that MLB.com’s hit game show, “Bucks on the Pond,” powered by Ford, was slated to visit Miller Park.
“Bucks,” hosted by Jeremy Brisiel, has been to more than half of all Major League ballparks giving fans a chance to walk away with some cash by interacting with MLB.com’s studio through the magic of technology in conjunction with game action inside.
Well, today, that segment that was filmed at Miller Park on Sunday, June 9 is live on MLB.com. Tune in to check out how your fellow Brewers fans (and blog readers!) fared in the latest episode:
I also encourage you to check out Mark Newman of MLB.com’s story about these fans.