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A few days ago we got word from the blog section of Major League Baseball, MLB blogs, that they are moving us away from WordPress to Medium. To be honest, I don’t know how I feel about the move yet. I transferred my site over, and not only am I losing the URL that has been mine for years, but I losing the ability to reach people that perhaps don’t subscribe to Medium. The beauty WordPress of is that one is able to comment on a post without registering. I don’t know if that’s the case for this site but it doesn’t look like it. To top it off, I am losing the cool Angels’ background.
I don’t know if and how long I will stay with Medium; I’m going to give it a chance, however, I am also going to stay with WordPress as long as I can. I will be pulling triple duty, for this website, the new website, and my own website, until, If and when I shut the WordPress site down.
This is the second time Major League Baseball decides to move, when MLB blogs first started, we were part of MLB Advanced Media, the move over to WordPress was seamless, and it’s too bad that this is not the case this time around.
All my followers are encouraged to follow me on my new website over at medium: medium.com/Angels-MLBlogs-com. It is essentially the same URL this website with medium.com in front of it. Or you can follow me on my own website Isaac-Lopez.com/Angels. I am definitely not leaving WordPress, especially since I’m not convinced Medium is for me. However, I am willing to give it a shot. I encourage all my followers to keep following me on WordPress since I’m not shutting down the site just yet. I just wanted to let everyone know ahead of time that the shutdown of the site is a possibility.
To my family, friends, readers, and supporters:
After a hiatus by MLB.com in 2014, they brought back the top 100. Due to your consistent and unwavering loyalty I once again made MLB.com’s top 100 blogs for 2015. These words cannot convey the degree of honor and gratitude that I have toward all of you. I am humbled to realize how much people enjoy my writing and my rants. I am thankful to God that he gave me the gift to express my love for the Angels through my writing. I am truly thankful to all of you. I’m curious to see how high I can make this website climb, but I can’t do it without your support, again thank you. Go Angels!
Spring Training is just around the corner with the first pitchers and catchers set to report on Feb. 17, and everyone has big goals for 2016 in Major League Baseball. Here’s something you might want to set as a goal for yourself: making the annual MLB.com/blogs Top 100 list. Here are the blogs that had what it took to do that in 2015, by category. Congratulations to the MLB.com/blogs Top 100, based on Unique Visits measured by Major League Baseball Advanced Media from Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 2015. If you made the list, make sure you add your Top 100 badge to your sidebar, with the link to this post. That goes for everyone: active players, front offices, groundskeepers, fans, photogs and broadcasters!
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To my family, friends, readers, and supporters:
Due to your consistent and unwavering loyalty I once again made MLB.com’s top 100 blogs for 2013. These words cannot convey the degree of honor and gratitude that I have toward all of you. I am humbled to realize how much people enjoy my writing and my rants. I am thankful to God that he gave me the gift to express my love for the Angels through my writing. I am truly thankful to all of you. I’m curious to see how high I can make this website climb, thanks to your support I jumped 41 spots this year. My goal is to crack the top 25 next year, but I can’t do it without your support, again thank you. Go Angels!
It’s hard to believe we are entering the 10th season of blogging at MLB.com! Now comes the annual tip of the hat to all of the best blogs in our community, or at least the ones who had what it took to draw the largest followings. Congratulations to everyone who made the Top 100 MLB.com Blogs list, based on page views from Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 2013. If you’re on the list, make sure you add your Top 100 MLB.com Blogs badge to your sidebar, with the link to this post. That goes for you active players, front-office crews, player wives, groundskeepers, fans, photogs, broadcasters and Idols like Scotty McCreery. The coming year promises to be even better, so a big Thank You to everyone in our community — whether you’re a veteran or a rookie.
Once again the blog maintained by all MLB.com reporters claims the top…
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I’m honored to have made the the list of The Top 100 MLB.com Blogs for 2012.
Baseball fans aren’t going to forget 2012 any time soon. We saw the debuts of phenomenal young talent, we marveled at historic feats and we held on through truly memorable Postseason moments. Bloggers were there every step of the way, and now is the time to honor those who made the annual Top 100 MLB.com Blogs list. Once again the Hot Stove/Trade Buzz two-headed monster finished as the overall most-visited MLB.com Blog, powered by the only network of 30 traveling beat reporters, with Better Off Red finishing off a very impressive season in second place in the PRO category. The Baseball Collector has bragging rights again among Fan blogs, with the reborn and resurgent Rays Renegade right behind. Carrie Muskat held off Jason Beck to grab top honors among the MLB.com Beat Writers.
Congratulations to everyone who made the Top 100! If you’re on the list, make sure…
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