Not Just Some Mumbo-Jumbo

This post is a post to explain why I should be featured in a MLBlogs Jumbo Panel.

If you would like to read some other really cool baseball posts, please scroll down the page. 🙂

The Manoman

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 You could say that it all started in 2008, when my dad boldly predicted the Rays had a shot to make it to the playoffs, if not win it all. I was pretty young back then, but I knew my stuff, and I strongly disagreed with him on that point.

“The Rays?”, I had said. “Really, are we talking about the same baseball team?”

Little did I know about the remarkable journey that was about to unfold for a team that went from worst to first in one year, and from then on, I was hooked.

I started this blog in the December of  2008, a month after the World Series, and while at times my post frequency has been sporadic, I always ensure that when someone reads my articles, it is worth their while. I personally enjoy discussing about the “What if” in my posts, and outlining how I feel that organizations should be run to ensure success for their teams. Posting posts with simply polls and photos are also a habit of mine, as I feel that they are able to inform the reader with the big story behind it, without requiring the reader to endlessly search for the true message being delivered. I take true joy in letting my readers know what is happening throughout the baseball world, and really conveying the inner mechanisms of my die-hard baseball mind to them as well.

Mark, if you are reading this, thank you for your time, and please consider making my blog a Jumbo Panel as it would mean a lot to me.

By the way, did I mention I’m a Yankees and Rays fan? 🙂

The Manoman

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Posted on November 24, 2011, in MLB, Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thanks for the headsup, will consider this for a Jumbo display on http://MLB.com/blogs

  2. Very nice work. I am looking forward to reading more of your posts.

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