Blogtipping — April 2007

Picture_5_1 I am joining with my fellow bloggers in celebrating some new blogs that I discovered this past month. 

As is the blogtipping tradition, (created by Easton Ellsworth) I’ll offer a few reasons why I like the blog and one suggestion for improvement.

Today is opening day of baseball season, so it seems only fitting to tip my hat at some baseball bloggers.

This month’s nods go to….

Baseball Musings is David Pinto’s very knowledgeable and detailed look at Major League baseball.

Things I love:

  • The depth of information.
  • That you don’t stop at just giving us the facts, you also give us your insight.
  • You delve into subjects that are not strictly baseball but touch the game.

Suggestion: 

  • It would be nice if your main column with content was larger in proportion to the links and ads columns.

The Baseball Zealot is just that.  Tom brings us all things baseball. MLB and college to boot.

Things I love:

  • The diversity of your posts.
  • It’s not just a game to you.  I love that you love the game.
  • Your natural, engaging style of writing.

Suggestion:

  • Either it’s my eyes (and age) or your font is tiny.  Can you bump it up for us 40+ readers?

I’m not going to do a baseball themed blog tipping without sharing a Dodger focused blog. Andrew brings us  True Blue LA and writes about all things Dodgers.

Things I love:

  • It’s about the Dodgers. Enough said.
  • Great, conversational style.
  • You interject a lot of personality into your posts.

Suggestion:

  • Any thought to adding some visuals to your posts?

There you have it discerning readers…until next month’s blogtipping adventure!

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2 comments on “Blogtipping — April 2007

  1. basketer says:

    I love the idea. I love the blog. Your way of talking is awesome. The interface of your blog is a little unintutive, sorry to say. Nevertheless, I stumbled it. ::)

  2. basketer —

    Thanks for stopping by and for stumbling us. I appreciate your comments and will follow up via e-mail to learn more.

    Drew

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