Explanation Of Me (First Entry)

Just in case the URL didn’t give it away, I am unbiased when it comes to Major League Baseball teams. I root for teams with the players I like, but have no team in particular that I root for the most. I feel that even the most avid fans of teams have players on their favorite team that they don’t like. That’s why I choose to root for players individually and not entire teams. (Does that make sense?)

Please leave a comment if you feel the same as me. If you wish, you can also leave a comment of your favorite team, and why you enjoy that team more than the other 29 teams.

I have no amazing story such as snagging 100 GAME home runs or anything like that. As a matter of fact; I have never even snagged one baseball. I’m just your average baseball fan. Who enjoys cheering on certain players rather than a team.

4 thoughts on “Explanation Of Me (First Entry)

    • Sorry it took me so long to reply to your comment. I just realized it was here. With that said, thanks for being my first comment…..ever. Maybe the cubs will finally win a World Series. (Or at least get close.)

  1. Welcome Matt,
    Looks like you made us contemporaries. Like you I just made a blog, http://mateofischer.mlblogs.com in October and am hoping to start the trek to the top. Unlike you, although I leave my bias out of my writing, I do not have the maturity to completely leave team biases aside and love the sport for itself.
    Look forward to growing as a blogger along side you,
    Mateo Fischer

  2. Thanks for the welcome. That’s cool that you have your favorite team. I just can’t seem to find a team that I completely like. So instead of teams, I root for individual players.

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