Thursday, May 10, 2007
“Hello again, everybody. It's a bee-yooo-tiful day for baseball.” Harry Caray
Now I know Baseball season has started and I was lax writing this post but better late then never.
Ok you are at work and the biggest game is being played and you do not have a radio or TV. Suddenly it is lunch time and you go directly to MLB.com. You can see virtual players from every viewpoint playing your favorite game in real time from pitch by pitch. This site is amazing for fans because of the amount of information available like player profiles, schedules, and historical data. It has a links for every Baseball team's websites. Now they do offer audio gameday and mlb.tv to listen to the game or watch it but with all the free gameday simulations you may be more than satisfied. All this great information is yours without any talking heads narrating about something that takes away from the game. Every true baseball fan should know mlb.com. So give it a try and you can vote for the All Star Team and help decide who plays in San Francisco July 10th.