In early September, I started writing weekend features for Baseball Nation. These pieces run the gamut from baseball poetry to baseball analysis to baseball humor. Just exactly what you came to expect on HangingSliders. If you haven’t seen those posts or if you want to just catch up with old favorites, you can find my Baseball Nation archive here.
In early October, I started writing twice weekly for FanGraphs. These posts tend to have more straightforward analysis, but with the kind of story-telling that you found in my analytical pieces on Hangingsliders. If you haven’t seen those posts or if you want to catch up with old favorites, you can find my FanGraphs archive here.
So what’s next for the blog? I’m not entirely sure. Writing for Baseball Nation and FanGraphs keeps me pretty busy (not to mention my two kids).
But I’m working hard to find the time for writing here at least once a week during the off-season. Baseball haikus. Thoughts on Giants’ trades and free-agent signings. Whatever else comes to mind that doesn’t fit neatly at either FanGraphs or Baseball Nation.
I was inspired by a friend over the weekend to write a haiku on the Wilson Ramos kidnapping in Venezuela. That’s where I’m starting. It will be the post just above this one on the home page.
If there are topics you’d like to see me write about, let me know in the comments or drop me an email through the Contact button.
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