Many regular MLBTR readers have decided to support the website with a subscription. Sign up or just check out all the benefits here! Benefits include an ad-free browsing experience on the website and in the app, a weekly mailbag from me, exclusive articles and chats from Steve Adams and Connor Byrne, and a subscriber-only discussion forum. The cost is $29.89 per year, or you can sign up for $2.99 per month to give it a trial run. Here are a bunch of real quotes from current subscribers:
Becoming an MLB Front Office suscriber was an easy decision. My favorite benefits are the members-only chats – in which I’ve had at least one question answered every time I’ve submitted – and the exclusive e-mails throughout each week with additional insights from the staff. And this is on top of the standard work they do to keep their audience up to date on all the transactions – real or speculative – in baseball. A $30 annual membership is a bargain for what they provide. – Greg S.
I enjoy all of the extras you get with being a member, but especially the mailbag with Tim. He always gives well thought out, in depth answers to every question. And the couple of times my questions didn’t make his mailbag, it was added into the Friday chat and answered there. Totally worth the minor investment. – Marc B.
For several years, I clicked onto MLB Trade Rumors daily, even in the off-season, reading the jot casts, injury reports, etc. Of all of the fantasy baseball sites (and MLB non-fantasy sites) it was easily my favorite. But when I became a “Front Office” subscriber, the experience only deepened-having experts answer my questions, reading other insightful questions and answers, and having access to additional information is something easily worth the small investment. I don’t play any other fantasy sports, but I can attest that MLB Trade Rumors “Front Office” makes you feel like a big-league general manager. I highly recommend! – Randall
Front office has been worth the investment and more so far. I love the weekly mail bags, the chats and all of the interaction with Tim, Steve, etc.. I think supporting and being apart of TRFO is the least I can do as a fan of MLBTR for as long as I can remember. Having the badge is cool too! Check it out, you will not be disappointed! – Zack from Philly
I enjoy the regular e-mails. Honestly, I was happy enough to support MLBTR, a service I was enjoying for years both on the site and using the app, but the e-mails have added even more substance. They’re well-researched and provide topical analysis, but there’s plenty of stuff to chew on regarding prospects, future contracts, etc. as well. – Brian H.
I subscribed to MLBTR Front office originally in order to merely express my support of the site (later than I really should have). I didn’t really consider any of the “perks.” But I have found that the extra articles are very in-depth and stray from the usual pieces we get. And the members chat forum is another interesting feature. Mr. Dierkes and the staff have also been very helpful with any specific questions I have had. Completely worth it. – Danny B.
I have read MLBTR for free almost daily since about 2012, so I mostly signed up for the Front Office subscription as a way to support the best baseball website I have ever seen. I didn’t expect to use much of the services, but I have been happily surprised at how entertaining the live chat services are. They are a fun way to relax while on lunch break, and I often read the transcript while eating dinner. The writers are witty and the chatters seem to compete with each other in making jokes and slight references to old baseball films. – Luke G.
I’m thrilled to be a member of the MLBTR Front Office! Love the exclusive chats (and that they come straight to my email account)! And going ad-free is always an excellent benefit. – Ross
I really look forward to the recurring mailbag Q&A from Tim Dierkes. It seems like he responds to virtually everybody and his answers are always really thoughtful and insightful. Also, considering that I check MLBTR almost daily, it was important to me to feel like I was supporting the cause and for less than $3 a month, subscribing to MLBTR Front Office was a no-brainer for me. – Russell C.
I love my subscription, especially the mailbag where we can email questions to have them considered and answered directly. I find that email series warrants my Front Office subscription on its own. I also like getting the insider emails with in depth and interesting analysis that you won’t find anywhere else. – Dave
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