Tag Archives: MLB

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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Red Sox Beat Tweets

By: Alex Altman   A major league baseball team is going to have a lot of people and organizations that tweet about them.  The Boston Red Sox are no exception, and my five favorite Red Sox tweeters are as follows: … Continue reading

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STL Cardinals Beat Tweets

BY Devin Ream The St. Louis Cardinals have had a great presence on Twitter for the last 3 years, all their broadcasters use it to send live tweets or to do in-game questions and analysis.  The beat writers that follow … Continue reading

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Beat: Seattle Mariners

By Matt Scotton Often times it seems like a majority of baseball fans have loved the sport of baseball since they were children, but that was not the case for me. I have not always loved baseball. Growing up no … Continue reading

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Beat Blog: Female Sports Broadcasters

By Allie Burger The number of women sportscasters featured on major networks has increased significantly over the last ten years. This blog showcases the talents of the superb women sports broadcasters who have begun to dominate sports television, as well … Continue reading

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Getting a Sense of Friendly Neighborhood at Mulligan’s Pub

The latest Friendly Neighborhood adventure was unusual: find a public place to sit for one hour and take note of all of the sights, sounds, smells, textures and tastes, but avoid spending that time in a schoolyard, playground or someone’s … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: The Wall of Language

Major League Baseball interest me the best since and before I came to the U.S. Baseball is the most famous sports in my native country, Japan, and some Japanese baseball players are playing an active part in MLB. After the … Continue reading

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