I think I can make it look cool. Right? Well, ok. Either way, it’s for a good cause …
Your amazing generosity has bought two wishes for deserving young kids, and also bought you crazy coverage at the Deadline.
She speaks. Gretchen Taylor offers her thoughts on July baseball, and offers to help us get to our Blogathon goal. Take her up on it.
What am I going to do all day, you say? Answer: win cash.
I am fairly sick today, so there won’t be any Bullets this morning.
You Are Amazing: I’ll Now Be Blogging for 30 Hours Straight at the Trade Deadline (But You Can Get 37 Hours)
I can’t thank you enough for your support. And I’m ready to get even more tired. You can help make it happen.
Just wait ’til you see the best part …
We’ve passed the $3,000 mark for Make-A-Wish, which is fantastic. But there’s a ways to go if you want truly outlandish coverage at the deadline.
You like trade rumors and you like constant coverage. So I’ve got an offer for you.
High fives for BN’ers braving the enemy, and parking next to a star prospect.
Got a BN shirt and a camera? Send your shots my way, so I can slap you on the back via the Internetz.
Layout, mobile, and comments are going to be the big ones.
Another dominant outing this weekend, and it’s got me thinking about what he’s throwing.
A number of baseball podcasts were removed this week, but only one has yet been restored.
Thoroughly meta, but also very important. No worries, there’s lot of baseball stuff in here, too. Also: I’ll be at the game tonight.
I’ll soon have to do some work on the functionality of the site, and I’d like your thoughts before I tinker.
A new proposal would effectively kill net neutrality, and it’s almost impossible to see anything but downside for consumers.
Thankfully we’ve never had to consider shutting off comments. Keep it up.
You wore your shirts, took some pictures, and I want to show it off. Because you’re awesome.
Shave, check. Nice shirt, check. Comb hair, check. Make sure voice doesn’t crack? Please.
The Cubs open things up at Wrigley on Friday, and I’ll be there. Get-together locations and ideas enclosed herein.
There’s some fun to be had on Opening Day. Grab a portion for yourself.
Who doesn’t like to win money by watching baseball games?
A $500 prize pool for a free game. A $20,000 prize pool for a paid game. As if baseball wasn’t exciting enough.
105 reasons it’s been 105 years, with a foreword by me.
Two BN shirts in front of an Ernie Banks flag? Yup, I’ll share that.