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Friday, July 13, 2007

The Blogosphere is not polluted

Since my last links post way back on June 14, I've added some more Yankees blogs to the blogroll on your right-hand side of the page. It is always great to read different people's takes on the Yankees to get more diverse views on the team. As a result, the following blogs are all highly recommended by me.

One of the newer sites is The Bronx Block, a site to which I contribute. The readership is much larger and some of my columns have gotten upwards of 30 comments. Some have been favorable, and others...well, not so much.

Pinstripes PA is a blog that covers both the New York Yankees and the AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees. Dan, the author, also works for Pinstripes Plus, so he gets to go into the S/WB clubhouse from time-to-time. I highly recommend his blog.

The Replacement Level Yankees Weblog is a very popular Yankees blog. Their liveblogs of games usually get many comments and the stats they come up with are informative. They also gave a plug to my blog (as well as Dan's) this morning, which is greatly appreciated.

River Ave. Blues is an extremely informative Yankees blog. A large part of their writing focuses on the Yankees' farm teams and it can help the casual fan learn more about the talent that is on the rise.

The True Yankee Blog is another informative Yankees blog. Nick shares his opinions on all things Yankees baseball and does a very good job too.

Yankees Tonight is a blog written by a guy I post with at The Yankee Zone.

That's it for now. As always, if you have a blog that you would like to be mentioned and placed in the blogroll, you can email me at drew788@gmail.com or leave a comment in this post. I am always looking for more opinions to read.


Dan LaTorraca said...

Thanks very much for the plug, Andy. Keep up the good work man, and good luck with everything.

Paul M. Fiore said...

Like, Dan from Pinstripes PA, thanks for the plug. Keep up the good work.

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