October 3, 2005

Reds Blogdom Is The Source of All Baseball Blog Innovation

Check out the Cardinal Roundtable. What a bunch of big fat copiers.

Part 1 at Viva El Birdos - El Birdos? Hello? That's not even good Spanish.

Part 2 at CardNilly - Despite the fact that six people are contributing, this is significantly shorter than most of Scott's posts.

Part 3 at Bellyitcher - A very nice young lady.

Part 4 at Get Up, Baby! - Blog named specifically to prod the next guy who hasn't yet posted…

Part 5 soon to appear at The Birdwatch - C'mon pal. My team's not even in the postseason and I've gotten a post up quicker than you!

Part 6 at Cardinals Diaspora - You know, “Dispersed” would work just as well and sound a whole lot less pretentious.

Next thing you know, they'll have a St. Louis choose-your-own-adventure.

4 comments to “Reds Blogdom Is The Source of All Baseball Blog Innovation”

  1. Scott says:

    Figured everyone needed a break before the playoffs… You did catch the part where [url=http://cardinalsdiaspora.blogspot.com/2005/10/infield-chatter-part-6.html]we openly envied the Redbloggers[/url], yes?

  2. Red Hot Mama says:

    Hi, Scott,
    I assume you mean this part:

    Rob: The Reds must be a blogger’s dream.
    Scott: Except for the losing, yeah.
    Dan Up: "The pitching was bad again."
    Dan Up: over and over
    Rob: But it’s a different villain every day!

    It’s true: at least as a Reds blogger you know what to expect and there’s no shortage of people to blame. On the other hand, when the Cards choke against the Pads this week, it’ll be both surprising and confounding.

  3. Brian B says:

    Isn’t lboros from El Angeles?

  4. Red Hot Mama says:

    Nice, Brian. I approve.

    The Cardinals are a bunch of El-ers.