66 Top Baseball Sites You Should Be Following and Why

If you love Baseball as much as we do, you're going to love these sites! 

Want to stay in the baseball loop? Then follow this list of blogs and baseball websites. 
We created a list of the top blogs and sites that cover everything from baseball equipment reviews, baseball news, coach resources, baseball in Mexico, and much more. 
We've personally been following these blogs for a while now and they help us stay updated on latest baseball products and news in the MLB and beyond. We love each and every one of these sites and we know you will too! 
Without further ado, let's take a look at the top baseball sites! 

1. The Planet of Baseball

    What Do We Like?

    Planet of Baseball is a blog with various posts about the top products in different baseball categories. From the best gloves to the best compression shirts, they’ve got you covered. Their reviews are based on customer reviews, ratings, fit, durability, and price point.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.theplanetofbaseball.com

     

    2. Bats Finder

    What Do We Like?

    Robert Hughes, the founder of Bats Finder created this website for three reasons: to help provide players with the knowledge to choose the best bat for them for their upcoming season, to review all different kinds of bats, and to guide players through basic techniques that will help them succeed in the game. If you’re trying to decide what kind of bat is best for you, this website is perfect. They’re not trying to sell you anything, they genuinely want to educate you on all things bats so you can play at your highest potential.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.batsfinder.com/

     

    3. 2018 Youth Bats

    What Do We Like?

    This website has the year 2018 in its name, because last year, youth baseball implemented a “USA BAT Standard.” The point of this rule is to protect the integrity of the game. Players can swing any size bat, as long as it is marked with a USABAT sticker. This site specializes in everything related to these USA bats. They go through an evaluation of each bat they review that includes analyzing 5 major elements of the bat itself. If you have a child who needs a USABAT stamped bat for their youth league, this is the site to visit.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.2018youthbats.com/

     

    4. Play Famously

    What Do We Like?

    Play Famously is a blog that discusses many aspects of the game of baseball. Their contributors take on topics of sportsmanship, what is to be gained from sports, teaching leadership, the value of hard work, and so on. They also interview coaches, athletes, and other sports professionals for additional insight. They claim that both life and the game of baseball are about the long run, which is why the game means so much to so many. They also do USABAT reviews as well. If this sounds like your type of blog, you can apply to write for them as well.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://playfamously.com/

     

    5. The Bat Nerds

    What Do We Like?

    The Bat Nerds review bats and they know what they’re talking about since they use the bats themselves. They read about and test the bats so that can provide you with all the information you need to know. They are relatable and reliable because they play baseball, just like you. In addition to product reviews, they keep you up to date on new product announcements and give tips and tricks to help you and your game. If you need advice on choosing a glove or other protective gear, they can help you with that too. They also have a blog on their site with an array of baseball topics. You can write for them and share your wisdom as well.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://thebatnerds.com/

     

    6. Great Day for Baseball

    What Do We Like?

    The founder of Great Day for Baseball, Jason is a former player and now coach. He tries to keep his site simple and to the point. Whether you are a baseball beginner or Mike Trout, Jason wants to help you find the right gear for you. The coolest part of Great Day for Baseball is their ‘Compare Gear’ page. This feature gives you the ability to see all the products together and compare them to one another in one place. The site includes reviews of bats, gloves, cleats, and even pitching machines. The site also has a blog with helpful tips for players, coaches, and parents.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://greatdayforbaseball.com/

     

    7. Portable Sports Coach

    What Do We Like?

    Portable Sports Coach is full of skills for coaches to use to help develop their players. The goal is to make coaching as simple as possible to help lower stress levels. These effective coaching tips are great for coaches on-the-go, whether in their car or on public transportation.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://portablesportscoach.com/

     

    8.Youth Baseball Guide

    What Do We Like?

    Youth Baseball Guide consists of articles, as well as product reviews. The website founder, Tim is a former player and current coach, which is why he has the site cover all aspects he is knowledgeable about when it comes to the game of baseball. Tim wants his years of experience to help you make a smart investment in equipment. The coolest part of Youth Baseball Guide is their ‘Baseball Bat Size Calculator & Bat Size Chart’. Choosing the correct bat size and weight is a key to successful hitting.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://youthbaseballguide.com/

     

    9.Baseball Eagle

    What Do We Like?

    Baseball Eagle is a review site for all types of baseball equipment. They promise that their unbiased reviews will earn their readers’ trust. They review baseball toys for kids all the way to high end products for minor and major leaguers. They also have a blog on Baseball Eagle with equipment tips and list articles on an array of topics.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://baseballeagle.com/

     

    10. Just Bat Reviews (Bat Digest)

    What Do We Like?

    Bat Digest wants you to “Never buy a junk bat again”. Their goal is to help you find the best bat for your swing as well as your budget. They don’t base their reviews off of others, they use the equipment themselves. They know how a certain bat feels when you swing it, simply because they have used it. They find out what kind of equipment works for which kind of player in amateur baseball and then they write about it. They are very clear that they are independent, and their reviews are not influenced by any bat companies.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.justbatreviews.com/

     

    11. Jen Reviews

    What Do We Like?

    Jen Reviews is full of articles on sports, fitness, food, and home. Every writer is well versed in their niche and each article is well written and researched before published. They have been featured in many major publications as well. Jen Reviews has step-by-step videos, sports equipment reviews, and is updated regularly.  They have a rank of the best sports equipment for all major sports that is data driven and well researched.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.jenreviews.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenreviews

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jen.reviews/

     

    12. Baseball Training Supplies

    What Do We Like?

    Baseball Training Supplies consists of a blog, product reviews, as well as an online store. Based on their expert advice, you can directly order gear from them at “better prices” and get it delivered right to your door. Their blog is full of tips from ‘How to Catch a Fly Ball in the Sun’ to ‘The Best Sunflower Seeds.’ In their product reviews, they link the actual product they are talking about, list pros and cons, and even attach videos of the product being used.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://baseballtrainingsupplies.com/

     

    13. Gear Hungry

    What Do We Like?

    Gear Hungry looks through updates from magazines, blogs, and retailers each week to get the news out about the best gear on the market for men. They use a minimalist approach in their website design to keep the focus on what is important. Their buying guides are not influenced by marketing ploys, they are individual detailed opinions by real people.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.gearhungry.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gearhungry/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gearhungry/

     

    14. Sportprovement

    What Do We Like?

    The founder of Sportprovement, Dylan, believes that in order to have fun playing sports, you need to have the right gear and the right tips. Sportprovement has a whole section on the best equipment for baseball. They explain to you how to choose sizes based on ages, have reviews and links for products, and help you on how to get started once you receive your product.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://sportprovement.com/

     

    15. Pine Tar Press

    What Do We Like?

    Pine Tar Press is a blog where the best baseball gear on the market is presented in in-depth and objective reviews. They have comparison charts as well to help you make the most informed decision possible. They include videos of the products as well to give you a great visual of what you will be buying. They are also great at responding to people in their comments section. Plus their name is just classic.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.pinetarpress.com/

     

    16. Baseball Solution

    What Do We Like?

    Baseball Solution has a ton of blog posts that encompass product reviews in addition to list articles of the best and worst baseball products. They will also send you a video for free on ‘How to add 5 mph to your fastball in 30 days or less.’ Furthermore, they have a 14-step system on how to increase your pitching velocity fast.

    How to get in touch:

    Website:  http://baseballsolution.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/baseballsolution/

     

    17. Dugout Debate

    What Do We Like?

    Dugout Debate yields step-by-step guides and training manuals for players, parents, and coaches to help develop mechanics and the fundamentals of the game of baseball. Their curated list of the best equipment goes through robust debate before being included on one of their lists. They update their pages once each season to provide their readers with the latest selections possible. They suggest everything from bats and gloves to scorebooks and sunglasses. They also have a section of drills and practice plans for player development. Sign up for their newsletter and you could receive special offers and discounts.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.dugoutdebate.com/

     

    18. Bat Reviews

    What Do We Like?

    Their name is straight to the point. They review bats, fastpitch bats, and slowpitch bats. They also list their reviews by brand, which can be very helpful if you are looking into a specific brand. They include pictures in each review so you can see exactly what they are talking about.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://batreviews.com/

     

    19. The Baseball Reviews

    What Do We Like?

    The Baseball Review’s founder, Chris is very aware that in this day and age, shopping online is commonplace. As a former player, he wants to make sure that his readers are receiving reviews that are realistic and legitimate. His intention is to create a conversation between him and the reader without any bias. He also has a guide section on the site with tips and other helpful information.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://thebaseballreviews.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebaseballreviews/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebaseballreviews/

     

    20. The Baseball Guide

    What Do We Like?

    The Baseball Guide is a great place for new players to start when it comes to choosing the right equipment. They also have a blog on their site with pointers and advice that can help new players and veterans alike. You need a lot of equipment in order to play baseball, which can be overwhelming when you are just starting out. Baseball is an incredibly popular sport and The Baseball Guide aims to help players build sportsmanship and basic rules.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://thebaseballguide.com/

     

    21. Eastbay

    What Do We Like?

    Eastbay Blog is your go-to clothing guide. Eastbay is an athletic shoes and clothing company. Their blog features sports, casual, as well as womens clothing. They also do interviews with players and post about sports news. Additionally, Eastbay has videos on their blog featuring professional athletes and interview pieces with amateur players and coaches. On their blog, you can request a catalog, get help downloading their app, and sign up for text and email updates. If you love Eastbay as a brand, you will be captivated by their blog.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://blog.eastbay.com/sports/baseball/spring-baseball-gear-guide/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Eastbay/?ref=ts

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/officialeastbay/

     

    22. Cheap Bats

    What Do We Like?

    Cheap Bats is a store that sells all kinds of baseball gear and equipment. Their blog has tons of equipment reviews to take out the uncertainty of shopping for baseball gear. Their reviews back their 100% satisfaction guarantee and return policy.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://blog.cheapbats.com/

     

    23. Life in the Fastpitch Lane

    What Do We Like?

    Life in the Fastpitch Lane is a popular softball blog owned by Ken Krause who has been coaching girls softball for over 20 years. He is the owner of Softball Success, as well as a contributor to Softball Magazine, where he writes his column, Krause’s Korner. This blog covers all kinds of softball topics with great insight and tips. They also do product reviews from time to time.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://fastpitchlane.softballsuccess.com/

     

    24. SPC Sports

    What Do We Like?

    SPC Sports is a baseball and softball equipment store. Their blog consists of guides, as well as pointers and other helpful information for choosing what athletic gear is best for you. Only con is that they do not post very often.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://www.spcsports.com/blog/baseball-training-aids/

     

    25. Baseball with Matt

    What Do We Like?

    Back in 2012, this blog’s founder, Matt was the youngest MLB Pro Blogger on MLB.com. He started Baseball with Matt to inform others about the history of the game. He also wrote a book called ‘Amazing Aaron to Zero Zippers.’ In addition to baseball history, Matt also writes about the MLB’s latest news. Baseball with Matt is a Baseball Bloggers Alliance Member.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://baseballwithmatt.blogspot.com/

     

    26. Baseball Outsider

    What Do We Like?

    Baseball Outsider founder, Edward Thoma has been a Minnesota Twins fan since 1969 and a columnist for The Free Press since 1985. If you’re a Twins fan, Baseball Outsider is a great place for you to visit. The blog is updated very often, which is amazing.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://fpbaseballoutsider.blogspot.com/

     

    27. The Baseball Bloggess

    What Do We Like?

    The Baseball Bloggess “is a blend of baseball talk and yoga talk,” which is what makes this blog so unique. This blog has been featured by many large publications and the founder was even an extra in Major League II. If you love baseball and yoga, The Baseball Bloggess will be your new obsession.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://thebaseballbloggess.com/

     

    28. The Baseball Collector

    What Do We Like?

    Founder, Zack Hample has caught over 10,000 baseballs at MLB games, which is absolutely insane considering I’ve caught like… 2. This blog hasn’t been updated since 2018, because he does all his posting on Youtube now. Though, in the archives of this blog, you can find a lot of cool stories from Hample’s adventures at ballparks all over the world.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://mlblogssnaggingbaseballs.wordpress.com/

     

    29. Baseball Monkey

    What Do We Like?

    Baseball Monkey is a shop by MonkeySports that sells an array of baseball gear and equipment, as well as MLB merchandise. Their blog contains product reviews, articles about MLB and NCAA topics, and information on youth baseball. Baseball Monkey covers baseball in whole, not just one sector of it.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://blog.baseballmonkey.com/

     

    30. Razzball

    What Do We Like?

    Razzball is a fantasy baseball blog that supplies its readers with advice for their fantasy teams. They have categories on rankings, projections, and a player rater. They even have a ‘Fantasy Baseball Trade Analyzer’ which evaluates your potential fantasy trade based on season stats. They usually post multiple times a day, which is awesome.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://razzball.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Razzball/

     

    31. Beat the Streak with Me

    What Do We Like?

    MLB has had an app for years called ‘Beat the Streak’. Every day you choose up to two players who you believe will get a hit in their game that day. If one of your players gets a hit, you keep your streak alive. If not, you go back to zero. The first person to reach a 57-game streak wins $5.6 million. The founder of this blog, Conner posts his picks for each day to help his readers ‘beat the streak.’ This blog is a great place to visit if you are having trouble picking a hitter on any given day.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://btswm.home.blog/

     

    32. Dodgers Digest

    What Do We Like?

    If you are a fan of Dodger blue, this blog will be your new happy place. They post articles about all things Dodgers, as well as run a podcast and sell merch.  They post articles daily to keep you up to date on all things LA.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://dodgersdigest.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DodgersDigest

     

    33. Twins Daily

    What Do We Like?

    If you are a Twins fan, make sure to take a look at Twins Daily. This blog posts articles daily. They also run a podcast called ‘Across the Meadow.’ Their forum is a great place for Minnesota fans to interact and debate.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://twinsdaily.com/blogs/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TwinsDaily

     

    34. Dray’s Bay

    What Do We Like?

    Dray’s Bay is a SB Nation blog. They are a community for all things Tampa Bay Rays. They have fan posts, analysis, game recaps, Rays news and rumors, and season previews. They post daily to keep all Rays fans up to date with their team.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.draysbay.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/draysbay/?ref=ts

     

    35. Royals Review

    What Do We Like?

    Royals Review is a SB Nation blog. They are a community for all things Kansas City Royals. Royals Review consists of Royals trade rumors, minor league prospects, history, a user guide for the blog, as well as a section on the 100 greatest Royals players of all time. Their stories keep their readers briefed on the latest news on the Royals.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.royalsreview.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RoyalsReview/

     

    36. Blue Jays Nation

    What Do We Like?

    Blue Jays Nation is a Toronto fan’s paradise. They do series previews, polls, odds, editorials, analysis, and articles on Jays news. They pride themselves on being one of the most consistent, comprehensive blogs in the MLB niche. Blue Jays Nation are fans offering free Jays content to other fans.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://bluejaysnation.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theBlueJaysNation/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejaysnation/

     

    37. Red Leg Nation

    What Do We Like?

    Red Leg Nation is a blog dedicated to the Cincinnati Reds. They have a podcast, information on the Reds’ stats, players, schedule, and minor leaguers. Their blog posts are a mix of analysis, opinion, and news. Reds fans can find heaps of info in this Cincy mecca.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://redlegnation.com/

     

    38. Puckett’s Pond

    What Do We Like?

    Puckett’s Pond is a Fansided website devoted to the Minnesota Twins. The site includes news articles, videos, rumors, editorials, analysis, history, and minor league reports. All of their posts are original content that can be read by Twins fans everywhere.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://puckettspond.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/puckettspond

     

    39. College Baseball Daily

    What Do We Like?

    College Baseball Daily began during the 2005 College World Series. This blog has become the ultimate source for college baseball news across America. Their staff attends over 100 college baseball games throughout the season, so their articles are written based on firsthand experience. They have season previews, schedules, columns, and archives from past seasons.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://www.collegebaseballdaily.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CollegeBaseballDaily/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cb_daily/

     

    40.Jays from the Couch

    What Do We Like?

    Jays from the Couch is an independent news outlet reporting on the Toronto Blue Jays. Their site incorporates news, analysis, editorial, minor league news, their own radio, and hot stove reports on the Jays. They have a merchandise shop and a guidebook on the Jays that you can order as well.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://jaysfromthecouch.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JaysFromtheCouch/

     

    41. The Cub Reporter

    What Do We Like?

    The Cub Reporter’s slogan is “Analyzing the Cubs to Death Since 2001” and that is exactly what they do. If you are a Chicago Cubs fan, this is a blog with vast information, analysis, and opinion on your team. They have a comments and chat section so readers can get engaged in conversation too.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.thecubreporter.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecubreporter

     

    42. Off the Bench

    What Do We Like?

    Off the Bench Baseball is a blog that posts about the daily happenings of the game. They do branch off into other sports occasionally too. The blog was created by 3 college baseball players in their dorm room. They have a podcast, post rankings, and separate their posts by American League and National League. If you love the MLB, you will love this blog.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.offthebenchbaseball.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blogoffthebench/

     

    43. Dynamic Baseball

    What Do We Like?

    Dynamic Baseball showcases high school players to college coaches and MLB scouts. Their website lists tournaments and has videos, a blog, rankings, and player profiles. You can set up a Dynamic Player profile and register with the site as well.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://dynamicbaseball.org/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Dynamic-Baseball-174030412638005/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dynamicbaseball/

     

    44. Clubhouse Corner

    What Do We Like?

    Clubhouse Corner covers both the MLB and MiLB. They have a podcast as well as exclusive segments called ‘Bernie’s Baseball World’ and ‘Women in Baseball.’ They do in-depth interviews and analysis in their articles. They post original photographs and post about fantasy baseball as well.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://clubhousecorner.com/

     

    45. The Dutch Baseball Hangout

    What Do We Like?

    This blog is unique, it is baseball from a Dutch point of view. They specialize in the topic of Dutch baseball. They also delve into MLB and MiLB from time to time. The site is run by a hardcore baseball lover from the Netherlands. He is a former player who gave up the game due to injury and turned to The Dutch Baseball Hangout to express his love for baseball.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://dutchbaseballhangout.wordpress.com/

     

    46. Surviving Grady

    What Do We Like?

    Surviving Grady hates the Yankees, they want you to know that right off the bat. This Red Sox blog has been around since 2004 and has been praised by many high-profile media outlets. They have a podcast about the Red Sox as well, but there doesn’t seem to have been a new one posted since 2014. If you love Boston, you will love what Surviving Grady has to offer.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://www.survivinggrady.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SurvivingGrady/

     

    47. Rays Index

    What Do We Like?

    Rays Index is an independent blog that covers the Tampa Bay Rays and their MiLB affiliates. They provide news updates and analysis daily, as well as critiques of the media’s coverage of the Rays. The blog hasn’t seemed to post an update since 2017 though.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://www.raysindex.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RaysIndex/

     

    48. Baseball Reflections

    What Do We Like?

    The owner of this blog, Pete loves Moneyball, baseball, and his wife. He uses Baseball Reflections to share his perspectives of the game. His wife even has a section of the site where she writes, called “Pete’s Rose”. I know, adorable right? This blog has posts about the MLB, fantasy baseball, mock drafts, and you can get a rate to advertise on their site. You can apply to write for them too, which is great if you are just starting out in the sports writing world.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://baseballreflections.com/

     

    49. Fantistics- Insider Baseball

    What Do We Like?

    Fantistics has the keys to help you win your Fantasy Baseball league. Their projections produce serious results to help your fantasy team succeed. They have a baseball blog too and you can create a login for a more customized experience.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://www.insiderbaseball.com/blog/

     

    50. Fenway Nation

    What Do We Like?

    Fenway Nation came about when a couple of die-hard Boston Red Sox fans decided to create “virtual water cooler” for their fellow fans. They now have readers from all around the globe. They post the latest news on the Sox as well as pictures, polls, and their own awards. They have tons of little helpful icons on their sidebar like weather, Red Sox birthdays, a Fenway webcam, and Fenway parking tips. 

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://www.fenwaynation.com/

     

    51. Youth Baseball Guide

    What Do We Like?

    Youth Baseball Guide consists of both articles and product reviews. The founder has spent a plethora of money on equipment for his kids and wants to help other parents know about the best things out there on the market and make the best advof every investment. The site also has a blog with list articles as well as some MLB chatter.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://youthbaseballguide.com/blog/

     

    52. Baseball Round Table

    What Do We Like?

    BBRT began in 2012 and was created by founder, David Karpinski. The focus of this site is to allow other fans to rant about the game, participate in trivia, explore stat sheets, and enjoy videos. The unique part about this site is that David encourages readers to participate and contribute their opinions and wisdom.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://www.baseballroundtable.com/

     

    53. Diamond Hoggers

    What Do We Like?

    Diamond Hoggers is a humorous and enlightening baseball blog from the viewpoint of a former college baseball player. They are also a member of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance. You can both advertise on and/or write for this blog. Diamond Hoggers also has a podcast, but it seems there hasn’t been a new episode since 2015.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://diamondhoggers.com/

     

    54. Blue Jays Beat

    What Do We Like?

    Blue Jays Beat consists of news, analysis, and prospect evaluations. Toronto Blue Jays fans can also sign up for their newsletter. They have a multitude of stats on prospects that can be useful to Jays and baseball fans alike who are interested in upcoming talent.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.bluejaysbeat.com/

     

    55. The K Zone News

    What Do We Like?

    The K Zone consists of baseball news, interviews, and analysis. They have a lot of Player Q&A’s as well as with MLB Network analysts. They have an array of young writers who all love the game just as much as you.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://thekzonenews.com/

     

    56. European Baseball & Softball Magazine

    What Do We Like?

    European Baseball & Softball Magazine covers professional baseball in Europe. They also keep up with professional European players who are playing abroad. They post daily content like news, events, player profiles, and stats. They have a team shop on the site with merch, books, and equipment as well.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.baseballebm.com/

     

    57. Criswell’s Clubhouse Chatter

    What Do We Like?

    Criswell’s Clubhouse Chatter is a blog about the Texas Rangers and their minor league affiliates. Their authors express their opinions and views as fans themselves. They do interviews with minor league prospects, which can help Rangers fans get excited for the future. They do have a podcast as well, but it hasn’t seemed to have a new episode since last year.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.criswellscc.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CriswellsCC

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CriswellsCC/

     

    58. Baseball Mexico

    What Do We Like?

    Baseball Mexico is a blog in English on professional baseball in Mexico. If you are interested in Mexican professional baseball or want to learn more about professional leagues in different countries, this is a great blog to visit. Baseball Mexico started in 2009 and is still one of the only English-language based blogs on this topic currently online.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://baseballmexico.blogspot.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BaseballMexico/

     

    59. Baseball de World

    What Do We Like?

    The goal of Baseball de World is to promote international baseball to millions of American fans. They cover multiple countries around the world and their baseball leagues, which makes them a super rare blog. Their site is divided by different continents/countries around the world so you can find exactly what you are looking for. They have a podcast, polls, and even an Etsy shop.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://baseballdeworld.com/

     

    60. Sully Baseball

    What Do We Like?

    Sully Baseball is the creative portfolio for baseball writer and producer, Paul Francis Sullivan (Sully). He does daily, yes daily, podcasts as well as videos and blog posts. You can download and listen to his podcasts on Apple iTunes as well.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://sullybaseball.wordpress.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SullyBaseball

     

    61. The Baseball Historian

    What Do We Like?

    The Baseball Historian is a blog composed of interviews, research, and editorials on the history and future of the game. The blog, which began in 2011, was named one of the Top 100 Baseball Blogs. They post fairly consistently, which is great.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://baseballhistorian.blogspot.com/

     

    62. MGL on Baseball

    What Do We Like?

    MGL on Baseball focuses mostly on sabermetrics and analytics. Think of them as the Moneyball kind of blog. The founder co-authored a book on this topic and has worked for an MLB team. Only issue is they haven’t posted in about a year.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://mglbaseball.com/

     

    63. The Nats Blog

    What Do We Like?

    The Nats Blog is an independent news, opinion, and analysis site. They write about all things Washington Nationals. They also have a podcast called ‘Nats Talk On the Go’. The blog is currently being rebuilt and they claim they will be back up and running as soon as possible.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://thenatsblog.com/

     

    64. Hitterish

    What Do We Like?

    Hitterish is the website of hitting coach, Sean Plouffe. You know he’s the real deal considering the site has testimonials from Manny Ramirez and Evan Gattis. Sean has tons of videos to help hitting mechanics. He also features online training, lessons, and products. You can simply take a video of your swing, email it to Sean, and he will send you feedback. Pretty cool.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.hitterish.com/

     

    65. Lady at the Bat

    What Do We Like?

    Lady at the Bat is a New York Yankees blog. The founder is a woman, which is awesome, but she is currently on a hiatus from writing due to a job she received. You can go listen to the archived podcasts and apply to write a guest post. Lady at the Bat began in 2007 and was named a Top 100 Baseball Blog.

    How to get in touch:

    Website: http://www.ladybatting.com/

     

    66. MLB

    What Do We Like?

    Last but not least, the MLB website is arguably one of the best and most comprehensive baseball websites out there. Get daily updates on scores, news and everything else that has to do with MLB. Go check them out today! 

    How to get in touch:

    Website: https://www.mlb.com/

     

    Conclusion

    That's it for our list of top Baseball websites! We hope you enjoyed reading this and we really hope you found some new great resources for keeping up with Baseball. 

    Let us know what you thought and if you think we missed any sites. If we like your suggestion, we'll add them in! 

     


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