A feeling of jubilation fills baseball diehards this week as the countdown to opening day has dwindled to a mere few days. While I am sure you have hit the like button on your favorite teams, I wanted to take a moment today to put together a list of 12 other Facebook pages that are great for keeping up with the sport. Let us know what you think of our selection and feel free to suggest more in the comments section.
Official League Pages
For all Major League Baseball related news, an obvious choice is to head to the MLB’s main site on the social network. The page includes exclusive offers and frequent updates focused on all 30 teams.
Take a glance at the official MLB store for deals on your favorite teams’ souvenirs. From blankets to jerseys, you can find all sorts of odds and ends at the shop.
Blogs And Publications About Baseball
Established well over a half century ago, Baseball Digest continues to bring fresh content to fans of the sport. A second popular option that has been in existence for over three decades, Baseball America, analyzes the sport ranging from high school to major league levels.
Baseball Talk is an unofficial community page that offers a entertaining and informative atmosphere for enthusiasts to discuss the game. With over 46,000 fans, started adding your two cents to the conversation today.
There are so many blogs to choose from that will keep you in the loop when it comes to the world of baseball. For the latest league gossip surrounding deals and trades, become a fan of MLB Trade Rumors. Warning: The page is heavy on the updates, and may weigh down your news feed a bit.
Another popular option, Hardball Talk, offers a RSS feed that posts article updates directly on Facebook. Yahoo’s popular blog Big League Stew follows a similar concept, making it a quicker process to find articles by clicking the like button.
Baseball Think Factory takes a creative approach to the sport offering updates with original content on a regular basis. Razzball aims to help improve your fantasy baseball league; head here to stay alert on your what’s best for your team.
ESPN’s popular program “Baseball Tonight” has an interactive presence on the social network that will keep you posted on the latest from around the pros.
We round out this list with the MLB Network. While the channel’s page often focuses content to be about its own network programs, you also find news coverage focused around the league as well.