Monday, January 21, 2008

Monday Links

I haven't been linking to other sites recently because I've been so engrossed in my 500 part series on defensive measures. I just wasted a couple of hours trying to figure out how to do that del.icio.us daily blog posting thing that Bill has in his blog but I've come to the conclusion that it doesn't work in blogger. So, I'll do it manually:

Blake at Spot Starters interviewed Gary Gillette who knows more about the Tigers than just about anyone.

Matt at Take 75 North has multiple posts discussing recent prospect lists. Eddie B at Tigers Thoughts is also talking about some of the same lists and he presents his own as well.

I often find it hard to weave Ian's blog into my blog into my blog because we do very different things but Bless You Boys is one of my must read blogs every day. What he always does is summarize all the day's news in an entertaining way.

Deaner continues to promote Curtis Granderson in the Grandy Report.

6 comments:

  1. Well it won't hurt you to return a link to Baseball Etc. Tiger Tales is one of my featured blogs and the Tigers are the team to beat this year so expect alot of Tiger discussions in 2008.

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  2. As someone who also spent way more time than he should've trying to incorporate de.licio.us into the Blogger template, I give you a nod of sympathy, Lee. Blogger needs to get on that.

    And thank you for the plug. As I've said before, one of the most gratifying things about the Tigers blogosphere is that there's plenty of room in the sandbox for us all to play in.

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  3. Come over to Wordpress! Get some cheap hosting, reg the domain name, and we'll get you up and running.

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  4. Thanks for linking me, Lee. When I started my site I used Blogger and really did enjoy it. In the end though, it didn't cost me much to move over to wordpress and it's much better.

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  5. If you haven't read Henning's article on Inge then you should. http://www.detroitnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080122/OPINION03/801220433/1129/SPORTS0104
    It is hilarious. He doesn't know how ironic he is being with his opening two sentences referring to Inge, "A man has a right to not talk" And a man has a right to be rude".
    What a whining little baby....

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