Hello Goodbye: A Site Update

mousepadIt’s been a while since I’ve introduced a few of our writers and in the past I have done so before they actually posted on the site. But, I guess I’m just a little rusty, it IS spring training after all. So, without further adieu, here are the latest to have agreed to write on the site:

Daniel Shoptaw comes to us from his site C70 At the Bat and you can find his first post on Baseball Reflections by clicking HERE.

Rex Jaybels comes to us from his site i94Sports (which focuses on Chicago and Milwaukee sports) and you can find his first post on Baseball Reflections by clicking HERE.

Jim Lakely comes to us from the Examiner where he writes on the Dodgers and you can find his first post on Baseball Reflections by clicking HERE.

Wayne Lin comes to us from his site Texas Rangers News and you can find his first post on Baseball Reflections by clicking HERE.

Now it’s time to say goodbye, after just one post, Bob Ruffolo has gotten bogged down with working on his blog’s new direction and design which will prevent him from writing here again. In parting, he has given us a sneak peek into the New Yankees Stadium with a collection of over 70 pictures. They can be found by clicking HERE.

Taking over for Bob will be Joe O’Rourke, who will have his first Mets post hit the site this coming week. Taking over for Joe writing on the Mets and filling in for Aaron on the Phillies will be Stan Whyte who also comes to us from PSU (the same as Joe) and Bloggle Heads ! You can find his work on their site by clicking HERE.

We still have the following teams that are looking for writers write about them on a monthly basis. They are the Braves, Marlins, Nationals, Twins, Royals, Reds, Pirates, Angels, A’s and Padres.

I would also like to get a one time post (more specifically, a review) from a woman’s perspective on Alyssa Milano‘s Touch line of women’s MLB apparel. Someone who actually owns something from that line.

If anyone is interested in either writing for one of these remaining teams or the Touch post, please contact me at peter@baseballreflections.com

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