America’s past time online

Last night the Texas Rangers slaughtered the Baltimore Orioles 30-3. Are you kidding me? Two grand slams (one by a guy just called up from AAA) and a 22 more runs made for the biggest score since in 110 years. I went to mlb.com read about the game. When I got to mlb.com, I was met with a ton of great video recaps of the nights highlights.

MLB really seems to get the internet. I’m on their email mailing list. During the off season, they broadcast league winter meetings, the draft and all sorts of video and commentary to keep the sport relevant during the off-season. You have to pay for most of the content, but there’s nothing wrong with that if they are providing users with great content. Another point for internet over television.

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2 Responses to America’s past time online

  1. […] My friend Jason talks about how mlb.com does a good job putting video highlights up on the web. If it were up to me all video/audio/print from this game would be erased forever. I know I will never speak of this game again. Never. This is it. I am now at peace. […]

  2. […] My friend Jason talks about how mlb.com does a good job putting video highlights up on the web. If it were up to me all video/audio/print from this game would be erased forever. I know I will never speak of this game again. Never. This is it. I am now at peace. […]

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