The problem I have with bloggers is they very rarely take accountability for their articles. They can write whatever they want and hide behind it. Its almost as if there is a rush to break the news regardless if the source is accurate or not, then there is very little accountability taken.
How often do bloggers actually break a story beyond "check out these pictures of Josh Hamilton at a bar"? More often than not, a blog reports a story that has already been printed by the traditional media and provides additional analysis/coverage. Do you have any specific examples in mind?
"On-base percentage is great if you can score runs and do something with that on-base percentage," Baker said. "Clogging up the bases isn't that great to me."
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