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The membership requests continue to overwhelm the BBA staff. Here are some of the newest ones that have been processed:
–Justin follows the Padres with the FanSided blog Chicken Friars.
–Billing their site as a “collision between baseball and pop culture,” check out Geoffrey at our new General Chapter site, Pop Fly Boys.
–You can keep an eye on the Astros’ minor league system by reading Jayne’s blog, What The Heck, Bobby?
–Another new General Chapter site is Baseblog, written by Justin with a specific eye on the NL Central.
–Corey is a journalist by trade but also writes a Cardinals blog called Balls & Strikes.
–Yet another General Chapter member, this time Jeremy writing about baseball at The Wolf’s Den.
–Craig writes from the Bay Area, covering the team in orange in black at THE San Francisco Giants Blog.
–Heading up north, Gideon can be found monitoring the Toronto squad at Blue Jays Plus.
There are still more new members to come, so keep watching!
The welcomes that started yesterday continue on this afternoon!
–Loic bring his Major Baseball to the General Baseball Chapter of the organization and in doing so becomes the third foreign-language blog on the rolls.
–There’s always something baking at Aaron’s Tasty Baseball Blog and Aaron brings his goods into our General Baseball Chapter.
–The General Baseball Chapter has to add on a new wing for all their new members! Also joining up is Niklas and Niktig’s Baseball Blog.
–Keeping an eye on the up-and-comers is the job of the new Other Baseball blog, Minoring In Baseball.
–Jeff writes up the Mets and their players over at Metsrospectus.
–Check out Clave and Fantasy Baseball Crackerjacks if you are needing some help preparing for your league this year.
–Kyle keeps up with baseball cards at his Miscellaneous Chapter blog, Jabo’s Baseball Card Blog
–Out on the West Coast, Trevor follows all things orange and black at The Giants Baseball Blog.
–Dizzy and Curley bring you Crum-Bum Beat, yet another General Baseball Chapter member.
–Steve has a look at a specific card set in his Miscellaneous Chapter blog, The Greatest 21 Days.
–The other squad in New York gains a new BBA member as well with Rasheeda writing at Bomber Boulevard.
–Andrew helps keep your baseball history knowledge spruced up at his aptly-named blog The Baseball Historian.
–Finally (for now), another Other Baseball blog that focuses on disbanded minor league teams. Check out Andy’s work at Fun While It Lasted!
Over the last few months, a slew of applications to join the Baseball Bloggers Alliance have come in. Slowly but surely, we are processing them all and getting them set up as full members of this great group. So welcome some of our new members:
–Corey writes about the independent Long Island Ducks for his LI Ducks Blog and will fit in well in the Other Baseball Chapter.
–Stevo is a new addition to the General Baseball Chapter with his blog wonderfully entitled The Baseball Enthusiast.
More on the way!
As the award season starts and the Baseball Bloggers Alliance name gets out there more often, it’s not surprising that the membership applications increase as well. Say hello to our newest members!
–Terri writes for Aerys Sports at Tales From The Juice Box. She follows the trials and tribulations of the Astros as they work their way back to the top of the NL Central.
–Grubby Glove is a General Baseball Chapter member. Michael writes on all sorts of different baseball topics, including his trips to the ballpark.
–Matt covers all sports over at Cheap Seats Please, but he’s got a strong baseball presence. We’ve also added him into the General Baseball Chapter.
–We go out to the West Coast for our next member. Scott’s been writing about the National League team in Los Angeles for a while, so check out Dodger Blue Forever.
The latest additions to the Baseball Bloggers Alliance:
Mark covers baseball history and its cultural influence, primarily the 1924 Seattle Indians of the Pacific Coast League.
Last but not least, new Friend of the BBA Jack talks about baseball card collection. He has collected cards with his two sons for over 20 years.
The newest batch of members to the Baseball Bloggers Alliance:
–Robbie writes The BaseBlawg, a new addition to the General Baseball Chapter. Not only does Robbie write generally on baseball, she’s also a law student, and having a lawyer in any organization is a good thing.
–You’ve often asked, “Did The Tribe Win Last Night?” Mike answers that question daily, writing about the Cleveland team on a regular basis.
–Some think stocks, some think bonds. David’s Oakland A’s blog is titled after a different way of savings. Read The Todd Van Poppel Rookie Card Retirement Plan to get all of your Oakland news and opinion.
–Yossi writes over at The Rays Rant and is the newest member of the Tampa Bay Chapter.
After a couple of removals, the current BBA count stands at 316 blogs.
As the season winds down and the pennant race push heats up, more and more blogs are joining with the Baseball Bloggers Alliance. Here are some of our new members:
–Michael writes for Yankee Fans Unite, a blog that obviously follows the American League New York team.
–Hot Corner Harbor has something for everyone, so it’s been placed in the General Baseball Chapter. Theo writes on numerous topics, but has a couple of different series of posts over at his place.
–If you are a fantasy player, especially one in a keeper league, you might want to check out The ChampionRoss Fantasy Baseball Blog.
–Another member of the Other Baseball Chapter, Jim writes about the Camden RiverSharks, an independent league team, over at Shark Bytes.
–Covering the other side of the New York baseball scene, Freddy writes over at Mets Hot Corner.
With these new members, the BBA has expanded up to 314 different blogs with more to come!
Four new members have been added to the Baseball Bloggers Alliance rolls:
Baseball North, besides being more comfortable than most of the United States right now, covers the Toronto Blue Jays as well as other aspects of Canadian baseball.
No Yankees or Red Sox here. Left Coast Bias follows the San Diego Padres exclusively, adding to the extensive San Diego BBA chapter.
Another unique blog is Sports Equipment Guru. This Other Baseball Chapter member looks at what everyone uses to play the game that we love.
Finally, another West Coaster has joined the organization. Dodger Dugout takes on the boys in blue in Los Angeles, both on and off the field.
Welcome to these great blogs! That brings our membership total to 306 with, no doubt, more to come!
On the heels of yesterday’s influx of new members, a number of blogs have also joined the Baseball Bloggers Alliance.
For Baseball Junkies can be found in the General Baseball Chapter, because there’s nothing baseball-related that they won’t tackle, either in the present or in the past.
Increasing the Boston Chapter is The Pesky Pole. Check Michael out for anything related to those socks that run red.
On the other side of the country, you can read Seattle Mariners Musings. The title tells you what you’ll find there!
Going along with the number of card-related blogs that are members, ’59 Topps gets added to our Miscellaneous Chapter.
Another West Coast joined up as well. Punky G. writes about his beloved San Francisco Giants.
Stylistically a bit different from your run-of-the-mill blog, the NJ Baseball Magazine is the internet presence of a physical mag.
After removing 18 blogs that were not reaching the requirements lined out by the BBA Constitution, the organization now has 304 members.
The Baseball Bloggers Alliance is proud to announce a new group of members. This brings the current number of member blogs up to 316, with more pending acceptance.
Bullpen Banter focuses on the minor leagues and as such as been assigned to the Other Baseball Chapter.
Twins Fan From Afar is the latest member of the Minnesota Chapter, focusing on the Twins from half a country away.
Fantasy Sports Dirt is, fairly obviously, a new member of the Fantasy Chapter and can help you with all your fantasy baseball needs.
Like baseball cards? Check out the newest Miscellaneous Baseball Chapter member, Indians Baseball Cards and Random Wax!
Joining the General Baseball Chapter is Major League A-Holes. You’ll find a focus on the two Chicago teams as well as the Tigers over there.
For the first time in the organization’s history, a blog that is contained to Facebook has joined us. The Topps Traded 1975 Project will also be found in the Miscellaneous Baseball Chapter.
Another member in the Other Baseball Chapter is Next Level Ballplayer. NLB is designed to help those that are playing the game improve their skills.
Finally, I Bleed Beer chronicles the rise and fall of the Brewers and as such as been added to the Milwaukee Chapter.