The Last Hurrah…

This is it, folks. This is my last and hopefully best effort at blogging consistently. Let me step back first.

I love writing. I love baseball. And I really love writing about baseball, specifically fantasy baseball. I wrote 11,000 words about starting pitchers before the season started. I wrote several thousand more about effectively using middle relievers on your team. I have nearly 17,000 posts on a fantasy baseball message board.

This isn’t a horn-tooting bragfest, rather I am merely displaying that my desire to write about baseball isn’t in question. Without researching, I think I had started or re-started blogging approximately 4,938 times. Again, that’s merely a guess. Well you know what? I’m tired of failing. So here we go.

What you can expect is baseball, baseball and more baseball. I may veer off into other topics from time-to-time, but I’m not betting on much else but baseball being found in this space. And the writing will have a decidedly fantasy slant to it as well. I’ll have player analysis, subject-specific articles like the pitching ones I referenced earlier and other hodgepodge fantasy baseball items. (I have always wanted to use hodgepodge legitimately and it looks like I just did.)

I am not getting back into blogging for any other reason than the fact that I truly enjoy researching and writing about the game of baseball. I will continue to post at Rotojunkie, but most of the article-length posts will appear here instead of over there. By the way, if you’re uninitiated with Rotojunkie‘s message board, I strongly suggest taking a look.

I’m not going to lay out a whole series of expectations that I would likely fail to meet. Instead, I’ll let you know that some days you might find 4-5 posts and then there will be days I don’t post. In order to deliver some regularity, I am hoping for a minimum of 5 posts per week.

Already, let’s get this (re)started…

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2 Comments to “The Last Hurrah…”

  1. I don’t know if you talked a bit about Clayton Kershaw in your pre-season rankings, but he’s finally getting the call for Los Angeles. I am not sure how you feel about this call, but I kind of feel like he’s going to be over-matched as a major leaguer. He’s limited experience, in all levels of baseball make me feel like his biggest contribution to the Dodgers would be out of the bullpen… which, in fantasy terms, means he’ll be useless.

  2. Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Pericles.

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