Tag Archives: MLB.com

Q&A with MLB.com Writer Greg Johns

By Matt Scotton Greg Johns is a Seattle based journalist covering the Seattle Mariners for MLB.com. Advice for aspiring sports journalists? Get as much hands-on experience as possible. There is nothing more valuable than actually writing for a newspaper or website … Continue reading

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MLB Blog: Why’s This So Good?

By Katie Rosenblad In a feature on Game 2 of the 2002 World Series by Doug Miller I find many things that appeal to me. In the article Miller writes with such imagery to describe Angels’ pitcher Troy Percival’s (retired … Continue reading

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MLB Tweets

BY Katie Rosenblad The MLB is a large stratosphere to cover, however located below are some organizations and people who post on Twitter with what baseball fans need to know or see most. They have years of professional experience, and many … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Gameday

When I came to the United States, I was astonished by the way of reporting sports. Gameday, a live coverage online, is offered by some sports channels such as ESPN and MLB.com. The reason I was surprised at this is … Continue reading

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