The College Baseball Blog would like to send out a Happy New Year message to all of our readers and subscribers of the site. We have seen immense growth over the last year with over 20,000 hits a month since we moved over to our own server. It costs us about $100 dollars a year to host the site and basic upkeep. We are currently looking for sponsors for the 2008 season so if you are interested feel free to contact us. If you are an individual and would be interested in helping out with the cost of the running the site please donate money through the PayPal link on the right side or email me and I will give you an address to send some money. We are just looking to cover our costs for the entire year so we can continue to bring you the best college baseball coverage in the country.
We are finally looking to get some media guides for teams across the country which we will be covering so SID’s free to email us for our address.
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Thanks for checking out The College Baseball Blog. We have moved over to this domain as it will allow us to grow the site. We might experience some hiccups in the coming days as we are trying to optimize the site but make sure if there are any issues send us an e-mail by clicking here.
In the upcoming months, We are planning on having interviews with coaches, a pre-season podcast show in mid-February, and going to add a message board feature on the site. We would like to know if any of our great readers have any ideas for the growth of the site. Feel free to leave some comments.
The College Baseball Blog will be moving this weekend to a bigger office so the Blog might have an outage in terms of updates. I hope to have Internet access all weekend and make it to the BC-Virginia Tech game on Sunday but I am not guaranteeing anything. I hope everyone stays healthy and continues to visit the blog. I am actually thinking about getting some real web space on the Internet and upgrading this blog soon to a more powerful server this summer.
I have recently been slacking off on the site because I had to take the Massachusetts Teaching Exam today. I apologize to all the fans of the blog because I want to create the top college baseball resource in the country. I will have more time on my hands to cover the college baseball world in the upcoming months. We have seen tremendous growth over the last year with over 500 people visiting on certain days. The staff has made plans to attend between 25-30 baseball games this spring in the Northeast from Boston College to Franklin Pierce.
Recently, this blog has taken off. I know that there are some members of college baseball world that read this blog and if anyone would be interested in doing a quick Question and Answer session through email feel free to email me. Note: It is a new business email address.
Thanks to LeftyDad for helping out.
I came on here to post some articles but there is nothing interesting released by the great SID’s of this country. The season is about to start in a month and I can’t wait to see the best time of the year happen again. Hope everyone had a safe holiday and I am working my butt on the season preview which will be out around Jan. 15th. Email me here with any questions or comments.
PS What stadium is that statue at?
I just want to wish all my loyal readers a safe and happy holiday season. I will be back on Tuesday with some more articles about College Baseball.
Would there be any interest if I made a Season Preview for the upcoming 2007 season? I would sell it for about 5 dollars and send it out to all my loyal readers by the middle of January. So is anyone interested?
With the baseball season getting around the corner, I would love to change the old career and get a job that would help me attend more College Baseball games. If anyone from the Boston/Providence area reads this blog and needs a college educated Kinesiology major from University of New Hampshire feel free to email me at [email protected] Even if you can take a look at my resume and see how I can improve it also contact me.
I am currently working on some season previews for the upcoming season and have these are some new schedules which have been released lately.