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Topic: Baseball

Ad of the Day: An Ode to Minor League Baseball, and All Working Class Heroes

Mcgarrybowen captures the daily hustle of the Brooklyn Cyclones

"A working class hero is something to be," John Lennon sang in 1970—and that sentiment rings every bit as true more than 45 years later. Coney Island is a long way…

MLB Network's Brian Kenny on Sports Blogs, Trolls and Why He Quit—Then Rejoined—Twitter

And how he feels about Reddit

Specs Who Brian Kenny Age 52 Claim to fame Host of MLB Now on MLB Network; author of Ahead of the Curve: Inside the Baseball Revolution (available July 5) Base Montclair, N.J. Twitter @MrBrianKenny Adweek: What's…

This Kansas City Agency Created a Smart Baseball That Doubles as a Digital Time Capsule

VML's savvy goodwill effort

With Kansas City coming off two back-to-back World Series appearances, baseball fervor in the Midwestern market this weekend is higher than usual for the hometown Royal's opening game on Sunday.…

National Baseball Hall of Fame's App Pings You With Location-Based Facts

76-year-old museum tests mobile check-ins

With Major League Baseball season less than a week away, the National Baseball Hall of Fame is tapping into sports fans' addiction to their smartphones this year. Today, the Hall of…

MLB 14 The Show Says Baseball Is Better With Shareable Web Content

Players make the case through video vignettes

Fans will agree to disagree, but baseball die-hards will never let go of their firm belief that America's favorite pastime is the best out there. Capitalizing on that fanaticism, Sony…

Major League Baseball Is Trying Hard to Expand Its Fan Base With Social and Video Integrations

Will other leagues emulate the Fan Cave experiment?

Major League Baseball and MTV are creating a glitzy field of dreams designed to lure the 12-34 demographic by fusing the game with popular culture in a highly immersive way.  Afrojack…

Big Papi's World Series Run Means a Cool Million in Ad Bucks

And Pepto or Mylanta may go after BoSox relief pitcher, per analyst

Want to know who was the big winner in terms of ad dollars from the memorable, six-game World Series, which wrapped last night with the Boston Red Sox defeating the…

Boston Blowout Doesn’t Put a Damper on World Series Ratings

Fox scores as Sox takes Game 1

An unhittable Jon Lester and a bevvy of bearded batsmen may have turned Game 1 of the 2013 World Series into a blowout, but that didn’t seem to shake up…

Sports Fans Slowly Move From TV to the Internet

But only 9% pay for what they see

For sports fans, nothing beats the big screen, with 94 percent of fans watching sports on TV. However, digital media are gaining in popularity. Sixty three percent of fans went…

The Social Sports Site That Aims to Win Over Madison Avenue

LockerDome’s direct line to fans

Beyond the serious baseball fan, Jordan Swagerty isn’t exactly a household name. But thanks to an up-and-coming social sports site called LockerDome, many more of those who follow sports are…

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