Let’s review the sidebar content here at MLBTR.
Here’s an important one: the MLBTR search box. Scroll down a bit and you can’t miss it on the lefthand sidebar. Type in any player, word, phrase, team, fragment, whatever. Use it like you would Google.
Below that we have the MLBTR Features. These are mostly the "series" type posts I do when I have some down time – Needs and Luxuries, GM Trade Profiles, and Team Outlooks. I’ve also got the go-to list type posts, with the most popular being the 2008 Free Agents. That one will always be kept up-to-date as players sign.
Then I’ve got our network, which basically consists of this site, RotoAuthority, and AllCubs. RotoAuthority is my fantasy baseball site. I try to post there at least once daily, and Adam Howe also pitches in. Unfortunately I haven’t had time to post at AllCubs in quite a while. That site instead relies on a roster of Cubs fans/writers I’ve recruited.
Then you’ve got the 20 most recent posts. Self-explanatory.
After that is the Browse All Rumors section. This is a great way to browse through player names. Before the search bar I used this often to recall what I’d written on certain players. For example, here are all the posts I’ve written that reference Hiroki Kuroda.
Then we have the Archives. This contains the last 15 months, though if you click on the Archives hyperlink you’ll see that the site actually goes back to November of 2005.
Got A Rumor links to my main email address. Feel free to drop me a line if you’ve got a rumor you haven’t seen on the site. I read every email and appreciate 99.9% of them. Sometimes I can take a while to reply though.
Then we’ve got the MLBTR Mailing List. If you sign up for this, you’ll receive a daily email with all of my posts in full. Your email adress will never be used for anything else.
Below that is Syndication. Some of you know how "feeds," work, some don’t. I just started using a feed reader a few months ago. I’m glad I did. Click here to read more about how these work. We have over 4,000 feed subscribers currently. Even if it’s new to you, give it a try!
Then we have Team Rumors. Clicking on a team will show all posts that reference that team. If you really only care about one club, you could just bookmark your team link and refresh that regularly.