Category: Dailies

Toys 3

Mlblogslogo_4Tips & Tricks For Your Blog; Today’s Tip-Standings
This is the code for the standings, which automatically goes to the NL East for the Marlins. I’m sure if you look around, you can find the code that starts on your favorite teams standings. You can use the same procedure as the previous entries.

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Toys 2

Marlinslogo_16Girardi Needs Help

After 23 games this year, I have come to the following conclusions:

  • Joe Girardi is way too wet behind the ears. Leaving Dontrelle Willis in after he was obviously struggling was a HORRIBLE decision. He gave up the lead and continued to get shelled. Another Girardi mistake below.
  • Mike Jacobs is not ready to be in the bigs at this time. He is batting .179 and showing no signs of improving. Put in Wes Helms at first…He at least has proven he can hit better than Jacobs. Make no mistake though, Jacobs will be a solid MLB player, just not now.
  • The Marlins have no bullpen. We need to do something here or the season will only get worse.
  • The defense is sad. I’m too lazy to look up the stats, but every game I’ve watched, which is at about 90%, I have seen sloppy play that were logged as errors but what’s worse is the garbage that isn’t logged. This team needs to work on fundamentals.

Tips & Tricks For Your Blog; Today’s Tip-Scoreboard 

Scoreboard– use the exact same procedure as the previous trick and paste
this code into the "Notes" area. Here’s the procedure again if you don’t feel like scrolling down:

  • create a new Typelist as a link and give it a name
    like "Standings"
  • go to the "Manage" tab 
    in the "Notes" area, paste the code that is given
    to you there 
    click "save & update"
  • go to the "Configure" tab 
    scroll down to the area that says "as text" and
    click it to choose it and save changes.


Here is the code for the MLB scoreboard to paste:

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Have fun, let me know how it works on your site!



Give This A Look

Renter2A Yoga Coffee Outlook

One of the interesting ways to get more readers to my blog is to "sell" space for other blogs through BlogExplosion. I’m happy this person advertised here because she actually has a pretty interesting blog. I don’t even know her, but she likes lacrosse and that alone is high in my book. It seems she also has an online women’s store at so check it out as well! Not sure what a Hibelu is though.Enjoy!


Marlinslogo_15And The Marlins Are Really Bad!

Yeah, a quick blurb on the Fish. We’re only what, 20 games into the season and the Marlins look like they are giving away games to the highest bidder. Simple math would have 100 losses going for $300,000 each. That’s enough to get the stadium deal done!


Mlblogslogo_2 Tips & Tricks For Your Blog; Today’s Tip-

1. Ads I use AdBrite. Just sign up for an account and
set the costs for advertising on your site. My page for
selling ads is:
Now, in order to use it on TypePad (MLBlogs), this is
what you need to do:

  • create a new Typelist as a link and give it a name
    like "Sponsors"
  • go to the "Manage" tab 
       in the "Notes" area, paste the code that is given
    to you there
  • click "save & update"
  • go to the "Configure" tab
  • scroll down to the area that says "as text" and
    click it to choose it and save changes…
    That should then show the text that links to your new

I decided to stretch this out over a few days so maybe I can get some more traffic. Eh, give a little, get a little!


First Win!

Marlinslogo_14In A One Run Game Anyway

Scott Olsen pitched a great game tonight giving up only one earned run in 6 2/3 innings tonight against the Phillies. The Marlins were previously 0-5 in one run games until tonight. This comes in the first game after the disasterous loss to Cincy and Joe Girardi getting PO’d:

"That’s embarrassing," said Girardi after the second brief postgame team meeting of the three-game series and before a reporter could get the first question out. "Seventeen days in, we can’t keep making mistakes. We’re working our butts off, and we can’t throw it away by trying to do too much.
"This was our first chance to win a series. We had a chance to win a series. The way you make the playoffs is you win series. You don’t give series away."

The Marlins looked like a team with a mission and looked solid the whole game, sans Miggy’s fourth error on the season. It could have just been me, but it seemed when a hard grounder went his way, he may have gotten to the ball by diving or something, and he just let it go by. Meh, whatever.

So today, we recieved our hats that we got from Shop. After pricing it out, we got a better deal with them than at a store. Plus up here in NY, there isn’t much of a Marlins selection if that wasn’t too obvious. I bought that Black on Black hat while my wife got the girlie pink one. We’ll see how comfortable this hat is in the middle of summer though. I really spend way too much money on this site. In addition to me buying apparel online, I have this blog plus MLB All Access. I was going to try and get a fantasy league going as well, but nobody wanted to join up with me! Probably for the better though.

By the way, tomarrow morning is the Heart Walk I’ve been plugging over the past two months. Looks to be a little rainy, but should be a success and alot of fun.



The Marlins aren’t playing as bad as their record shows, but this season really has been painful. Potential wins are are being squandered too easily. The Fish can’t afford to lose those close games, especially to mediocre teams like Washington, Cincinatti and San Diego. Here’s that silly little montage I threw together which shows some things that consume us as Marlin fans. I’m sure I’ll get better at these as time go on, in the meantime, deal with it. Hopefully we can pull out a win tonight against the Reds.

Create your own video at One True Media

Happy Birthday!

MlblogslogoLet The Festivities Begin!

I know I should wait until it becomes more clear what the guys here at MLBlogs have in store for us, but I can’t. It’s about 12:18am EST and I can’t sleep. Vacation will do that to you. Anyway, about 2 posts ago, if you feel like scrolling, I talked about my blog and why I write what I write. I’d like to kick today off with a comment on some of my favorite MLBloggers and why they are such an important part of this community.

Time Out! Something is going on with the server…I wonder what it is, maybe a facelift on the site? While I’m waiting for the home page to quit loading, I’ll make a quick note about a bloggers ****. Ok, it’s on now and nothing happened…anyway, there were so many times when my fingers started smoking because I was typing so much and just as I was about finished, I hit a phantom key and my browser moves backwards…and erases everthing I wrote. Talk about wanting to throw my computer out the window! Afterwords instead of writing it again, I’ll make a highlight reel of the post. Should have done that in the first place! Now, I constantly copy/paste onto MS Word when I’m writing alot until it actually is published.

DiamondbackslogoOK, on to my first favorite blog. It belongs to Kellia at Down the Left Field Line: Life, Baseball & Eric Byrnes. Most of the blogs by the fans here are dedicated to a certain team. Kellia on the other hand dedicates her blog to Eric Byrnes, formerly of the Oakland A’s, Colorado Rockies &Baltimore Orioles, currently with the Arizona Diamondbacks. What’s even more amazing when you think about it (and I’m sure I’ll get zinged for this) is that she does this for just an average player. We’re not talking Cal Ripken here. But what that tells me is that she really is a dedicated baseball fan. On top of that, she makes every single post enjoyable to read including the ones about Byrnsie. She also has great insight on the going-ons in MLB and gives us some great reads with all of it. Thanks for the hard work you put in your blog Kellia!

Nyyankeelogo I’ve had a blast over the past year checking in on Da Bronx Bombers. There is always a clever photshopped picture or a video skit about the Yankees and anything else he feels like doing. I wish I can be so talented at stuff like that. You guys have to deal with my cheesy cookie cutter videos and pictures. In my opinion, this really is in the top 5 of all of the MLBlogs. The work that is put into his blog should be commended and so I write here….Great job, and keep it up. It wouldn’t be the same with out your humor.

I’ll continue with my thoughts on more MLBloggers tomorrow(or today) plus I put together a very cheesy photo montage of my down spiraling Marlins that will be properly titled, "Pain".