I've finally left Blogspot for a new home, and I'm lucky enough to be joining the powerful team of writers here at All-Baseball.com. I'd like to first thank my readers for making this possible, and secondly Christian Ruzich for inviting me to his establisment.
I'm especially excited to be joining a sensational team of writers that includes Ruzich, Will Carroll, Alex Belth, Jon Weisman, Peter White, and Mark McClusky. I'm in constant awe of what these guys produce, and I am still in disbelief that I can be found on the same URL as that group.
A few new features have been thrown onto the site:
- Leave Comments at the end of every post. I'm really happy about this, and I would love for my readers to comment as often as possible. I've seen the dialogue that other sites produce, and I hope we can do the same here.
- My link system is hardly finished, but I'm working on it. The daily reads are finished, and are the 15 or so sites that I must visit every day. It will be hard for blogs to break into this group, and it hardly means that other blogs aren't 'daily' material, I just haven't gotten there yet. The 'Blogs of Note' section is for the other blogs that I read, and for those people who request link exchanges. Blogs can come and go off this section, and I hope that anyone whose blog isn't on there will drop a line in the comment section so I can add it.
- Finally, you can search my archives or navigate through the calendar on my sidebar.
I hope the site looks as good to you as it does to me, and I want to thank the guys at All-Baseball again for having me...
Alex Rodriguez may or may not be headed to New York when I write this, but the rumors are already flying. While jumping from A-Rod to Soriano is a fantastic improvement, it still leaves one giant hole in the Yankee lineup.
If George becomes so enfatuated with Derek Jeter that he can't move him to the hot corner, I'll be sick. Alex Rodriguez is one of the games' best SS, and Jeter is among the worst. I think Derek could be a great third basemen, think Cal Ripken.
A-Rod would do great in New York, and it would greatly increase the team's chances of making the World Series. I'm really impressed that this team has gone so hard after a player of his caliber, and I'm in awe at the payroll that Steinbrenner will have next year. Winning is winning, and once again, every non-Yankee fan should be envious right now, because your owner doesn't care nearly as much as the Boss.
That's it for today, and I probably won't be making a post until Tuesday, but for now, leave me a comment.