Results tagged ‘ pro blogs ’
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.
Yasiel Puig made his much-anticipated Major League debut Monday night and Jon SooHoo has photos.
MLB Network’s Mitch Williams looks ahead to the pitching you can expect to see at the All-Star Game.
Todd Zolecki explains that Domonic Brown’s offensive tear hasn’t yet put him among the All-Star voting leaders.
One lucky Indians fan is headed to NYC to visit the MLB Fan Cave and TribeVibe has the details.
Tom Singer looks at the incredible work put in by the Pirates bullpen this season and wonder if they can keep it up.
The June issue of Vine Line contains a feature on a few days in the life of Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts.
Jamie Ramsey shares an encouraging update on Chris Herrell, following his bone marrow transplant.
Ever want to know who’s blogging along with you in the Major League Baseball family? We’ve just added a new page on MLB.com that indexes all (mostly) active accounts with the PRO theme, generally those bloggers who are employed by MLB. These range from players like Marlon Byrd and Torii Hunter to front-office execs like Bob Rose and Tommy Lasorda to MLB.com beat reporters like Jen Langosch and Bryan Hoch. Did you know the Phillies Ballgirls are on here?
Check out the brand-new MLBlog of MLB Official Historian John Thorn if you haven’t already, and learn more about the origins of baseball. See what Keith Olbermann is blogging on Baseball Nerd, and get help for your roster from the MLB.com Fantasy 411 gurus. And don’t miss a chance to ask Ozzie Guillen questions and see if he answers them.
It’s the only place where you can blog along with a wide variety of Major League personnel, and we’ll keep that page updated as we add new accounts regularly. With all the MLBlogs now on WordPress.com, expect that number of interested MLB bloggers to go up, too. Also be sure to see if you ranked in our Latest Leaders, as seen in the previous post, and keep the feedback coming in comments here about the new platform while also letting us know if you’ve done something special with the new WP software so we can help show off your blog.