Ok, I was bored this morning, so I decided to read some of my favorite blogs this morning; therefore, I decided to post some of the ones I visit frequently. Enjoy and support them...
Ben of Oriole Central takes a look the recent news in Oriole land, including the signing of Sean Tracey. Birds in the Belfry takes a look at the world of Orioles baseball, past and present. The Roar from 34 Blog looks at some useless spring training facts. Demspey’s Army has a comprehensive look at spring training so far…
Check out Knuckle Curve for the latest in baseball news.
Take a peek at My Baseball Bias for the latest baseball news and analysis of the AL East, along with Random Thoughts which take a look at Red Sox Nation and the world of baseball. The Lady at the Bat covers all things in Yankee-land and ponders more about A-Rod.
Pennsylvania boys, We Should Be GM’s takes a look at the world of Phillies baseball in a way that would make anyway laugh and also cringe at the same time.
The uber-cool Sooze of Babes Who Love Baseball and her tag team partner Lizzy (who is on vacation) cover the sport like no one else does. You have to check out their Haikus of each NL team.
If you’re a sports fan, check out Aaron Brazell’s Suicide Fan. Also, Aaron has a another site if you’re a techo-hound like I am, Technosailor. Signal to Noise does a splendid job covering the world of sports, as does the WBRS Sports Blog.
Write on Sports is gearing up for the baseball season…
The Pink Seats covers sporting life north of the border…
Check out Sami Ghazi’s, Going Deep. He has been talking a lot about the NCAA Tournament, something I have neglected to do last night until I was online with Ian of Random Thoughts going back with basketball commentary.
Dugout Diary by Joe Boesch is one the blogs I look at on a weekly bases and it’s a recommended read for any baseball fan.
Chad Gramling is a great resource for baseball enthusiasts.
MVN.com, is an incredible community of blogs that cover every spectrum of sports imaginable and Evan Brunell takes a look at the growth of blogging and it’s relevance in baseball.
Check out Peter’s Red Sox Forever for all you need to know about Red Sox Nation.
The Pojo Dojo takes a look at the Cleveland Indians aka the ‘Tribe’…
The great Nationals blog, Capitol Punishment takes a look at baseball in Washington D.C.
Frank’s Field of Dreams looks at the world of baseball from an Asian perspective.
Check out the Church of Baseball which covers the sport from a unique, spiritual perspective and focuses on the Reds and Nationals.
Aaron Gleeeman takes a look at baseball and the Minnesota Twins, as does Bat-Girl. As well, check out Pat Neshek’s wonderful little blog…
If you want a greater perspective on sports, check out Valentine’s View on Sports. As well, check out Sports Babes for a woman’s perspective of the sports world.