Reflecting on a changed holiday season, and a site note on limited posting through Tuesday.
Witty reminders aplenty.
The Bleacher Nation shirt is here – and it comes in a variety of styles. It’s not the greatest thing since sliced bread. It’s the greatest thing since bread.
Many of you asked for a Bleacher Nation t-shirt, so now I’m asking you to help me come up with ideas.
An example of why you should consider following Bleacher Nation on Twitter and Liking it on Facebook, if you don’t already.
Have you ever wondered about the legs in the Bleacher Nation banner? Did you assume they were mine?
Wipe your tears at the close of the season with a $50 gift certificate to MLB.com.
My weekend in NYC at the fourth annual Blogs with Balls online sports media conference.
The unseat.me contest runs through the end of the season, so get on it. It’s easy and free.
Your help would be greatly appreciated. And it’s incredibly easy.
Another simple contest with an awesome prize. You’re welcome.
We’re one of seven finalists for Blogs with Balls’ ‘Best Team-Specific Site’ award. And I need those clicking fingers of yours to do some voting.
It’s about as short, easy and free as favors get. And it’s all kinds of important.
An experiment in endurance draws to a close. And by “endurance,” I don’t mean me blogging for 24 straight hours. I mean enduring the embarrassingly lame Cubs’ trade deadline.
Your last update (before the final recap) on my efforts to blog for 24 hours straight. It looks like I’ll make it thanks to some obscenely potent energy drink.
The seventh update on 24 straight hours of blogging up to the trade deadline. It took 18 hours, but I’m starting to envision my head exploding.
The sixth update on 24 straight hours of blogging up to the trade deadline. I’m back, baby!
The fifth update on 24 straight hours of blogging up to the trade deadline. Yup, I’m definitely starting to get tired.
The fourth update on 24 straight hours of blogging up to the trade deadline