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Latest Leaders – October 2012

Latest Leaders logoIt was an eventful October, with the Giants claiming their second World Series title in three years to cap off another memorable Postseason. Your October 2012 Latest Leaders came up big in the clutch as well. It was fitting that SF Giants Photos topped the Pro Blogs, while Tigers beat writer Jason Beck claimed bragging rights in the Beat Writer Division. Blogs mainstay Red State Blue State bowed out in style with yet another strong showing, while the next generation of blogs like Giants Fan Carm and Punky G. made their debuts.

Latest Leaders ranked by page views from Oct. 1-31:

1. SF Giants Photos
2. Baseball Nerd
3. Better Off Red
4. Curly W Live
5. Brandon and Brandon
6. Fantasy 411
7. John & Cait…Plus Nine
8. Ben’s Biz Blog
9. Ben Rouse’s Brewers Mission 162
10. So I Married A Baseball Player…
11. 45 Miles From Fenway
12. Dodgers Photog Blog
13. From the Corner of Edgar & Dave
14. Blogs Central (lol)
15. White Shark
16. Cubs Vine Line Blog
18. TribeVibe
19. Phillies Insider
20. Cooperstown Chatter
21. Our Game
22. Around the Horn in KC
23. B3: Big, Bald and Beautiful
24. Newberg Report
25. Justice4U
26. MLB Urban Youth Academy
27. The Dash Board
28. CastroTurf
29. Obviously, You’re Not a Golfer
30. Comerica Park, 48201
31. My Serendipitous Life as a Baseball Wife
32. Desde el Desierto
33.’s PROSPECTive Blog
34. Rattler Radio
35. The Sprouting News
36. Clubhouse Confidential
37. Wild Things
38. Diamond Dollar$
39. BTF Today
40. Homestand Blog by Yankees Magazine
41. ‘Riders Insider Blog
42. ‘Cats Corner
43. It’s All Relative
44. Bloomberg Sports
45. Padres hispanos
46. Baseball Books
47. From the Booth with Steve Stewart
48. From the Nest
49. Yard Work
50. Ozzie Speaks

1. The Baseball Collector
2. Red State Blue State
3. The AustralianBaseballDigest
4. Beisbol 007
5. Cook & Sons’ Baseball Adventures
6. The Baseball Haven
7. Rockpile Rant
8. mlbblogger
9. Pinstripe Birthdays
10. The Brewer Nation
11. A’s Farm
12. Three Up, Three Down
13. La Pagina de Tony Menendez
14. Phillies Phollowers
15. 9 Inning Know It All
16. Observing Baseball
17. The Ballpark Guide
18. The Unbiased MLB Fan
19. Rockin’ Redlegs
20. Crzblue’s Dodger Blue World
21. More Splash Hits
22. Born on Third
23. I’m Not A Headline Guy…
24. TheCutoffMan
25. Bleacher Boy
26. Ballparks on a Budget
27. Where Everyone’s a Giant
28. The Yankee Dinosaur
29. DYNASTY League Baseball from designer of Pursue the Pennant
30. 7000 Coliseum Way
31. Minoring In Baseball
32. This is a very simple game…
33. Collection of Baseball
34. The Rays Rant
35. Reds Country
36. Cream City Cables
37. For Love of the Braves
38. The ‘Stros Bros
39. Los bigleaguers
40. gojays
41. eltubeyero22
42. Battling Bucs
43. Fish Fry
44. Bjarkman’s Latino and Cuban League Baseball History Page
45. Rox Addict
46. One Strike Away…Twice!
47. All Things Pirates: Breaking down the Buccos
48. BrokeMets
49. Giants Fan Carm
50. Punky G. (G stands for Giants!)

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

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Blogging Matt Cain’s Perfect Game

Congrats to Matt Cain of the Giants for throwing the 22nd Perfect Game in Major League Baseball history. You can easily embed the video of the masterpiece on your blog, to go with any posts about the game.

Just go here and then click Embed and paste that code into your dashboard text field.

The most perfect blog post of all may have just been saved by Giants outfielder Gregor Blanco. His unreal diving catch toward the warning track preserved the gem, and you’ll want to see what he says in White Shark. Blanco invites your comments there and will be answering questions in future posts, so hit him up! This is the video he embedded the morning after history happened at AT&T Park:

Fan “CHP” just commented on the White Shark’s blog entry:

“You brought me to your blog and this amazing post. This post led me, in my continuing post game Giants-haze, to not stop reading until I had finished everything you had written since becoming a Giant. You are amazingly well spoken, smart, and seem to be a pretty awesome person.”

One of our most popular PRO blogs here at Blogs is SF Giants Photos, and props to the crew there for such thorough photo coverage of Cain’s perfecto. Take a look at their shots and leave comments and share their post.

This just in from SFDiamondGirl: “I just put up my post about the perfect game: Incredibly happy for Matt Cain and it’s been an amazing 24 hours here in San Francisco – very exciting to put it all into words.”

More Splash Hits is one of our Latest Leaders in the FAN category and just posted about it, with videos.

Are all these no-hitters and perfect games in recent times a good thing? Keith Olbermann isn’t so sure. And this Astros fans tells you what it feels like to be no-hit.

Just got this comment from Russel at Wrigley Regular, which ranked 43rd in our May Latest Leaders: “Great game from Cain last night. The 5th Perfecto in the last 3 years. Is there a reason why? I have my opinion and you can read it here:

Feel free to add comments here with your full URL if you are blogging about that game. Or just let us know what you are blogging about regarding any baseball topic.

You can also search for “Matt Cain” and you will come up with this list of fellow baseball bloggers like Girls are the New Boys or Your Cousin Vinnie. Make sure you use an MLB theme if you want to be tracked for the monthly Latest Leaders.

TRAFFIC TIP: Make sure you enable your viewers to share your posts in every way you want. In your WP Dashboard, go to Settings –> Sharing and then drag-and-drop all the icons like Twitter and FB and then save. That way other baseball fans can spread your blog posts everywhere. Default setting probably won’t do you much good.

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