Archive for the ‘Bloggers Unite’ Category

Mister Irrelevant Moves On

Friday, September 21st, 2007

The Big Lead already summed this up as well as anyone can by saying that an earthquake hit the sports blogging community last night. The brains behind AOL's FanHouse and The Blog Show, Jamie Mottram (aka Mister Irrelevant) has been scooped up by Yahoo! Sports. In the interview TBL had ...

Blog Show XI: We Get Our Wings

Monday, June 4th, 2007

We thought we were having a good day Friday, when we were linked on SI.com's "Hot Clicks" section and had our biggest single day hit total (for a non-Eric Gordon-related story). Then, we crunched the numbers and realized that May was officially the biggest month (hit-wise) in our seven-month history. ...

Blog Show: The Drinking Game

Wednesday, May 30th, 2007

I've been out of the country and out of the blogosphere for about three weeks and I'm proud to say I came back to find our little blog here running like a well-oiled machine. McD studded out and kept things interesting around here, while I was off storming the beaches ...

Mr. Irrelevant Does It Again

Friday, April 27th, 2007

Whether it's finding out who the 40 most blogged about athletes of 2006 were, giving blogs love on ESPN's Cold Pizza, or creating a show completely devoted to sports blogs, Jamie Mottram (of Mr. Irrelevant and The Fanhouse fame) is always at the top of his game. And this week ...

A Look Back: The Cowherd Incident

Monday, April 9th, 2007

We're celebrating what we consider to be our sixth month of full-time posting this week (a post about that is coming later) and what happened to the guys at The Big Lead last week infuriated us. We wanted to let some of the other voices out there have their say ...

Sports Bloggers Reveal Their Favorite Baseball Players

Monday, April 2nd, 2007

Two weeks ago, with baseball season fast approaching, I thought we needed to do something special to kick off the 2007 campaign. We wanted to do something big, something lasting and something involving other members of this loosely-connected fraternity we call the sports blogosphere. With that in mind we emailed ...