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All-Star Activities Approaching: Blogging Plan for July

Other than the last two months of the year, in which numerous baseball awards are given out, July is usually always the month that sees the most number of blog posts from me. With the All-Star festivities taking place, the topics to blog about are endless.

With that said, however, I do have a rough idea of the things I plan to write about over the upcoming month.

On the first day of the new month, I’ll be continuing the series of posts on the first of each month of updating the latest leaders around Major League Baseball. It’s always interesting to see which players are leading any given category after another entire month of baseball games.

Following that, I’ll write something about the All-Star game rosters when those are officially revealed, in addition to the players who are chosen to participate in the home run derby. I already gave my take on both for who I feel would be the most worth players to fill those roles, so it should be fun to learn how many of those actually come true.

When the All-Star festivities finally arrive in mid-July, I’ll be writing something on both the Home Run Derby as well as the All-Star Game itself. I’m not sure exactly what I’ll discuss in those posts, but I do plan on writing something. Also, sometime around the same dates, I will probably post an entry with the players I feel are the frontrunners for the major year-end awards halfway through the season.

With so much to write about, July looks to be another busy month.

February Blogging Plans

I don’t really like to do too many of these type of blog posts. They mainly just serve as fillers when I have nothing else to blog about (like right now), but I suppose they’re also good, in a way, as they let you all know what to expect in the coming month.

As I’m sure you’re aware, today is the first day of February — a month that brings baseball, once again, in the form of Spring Training games. While I’m, unfortunately, not going to be heading down to any games in person, I am going to be blogging about it all, and in addition, am going to be giving my predictions for the coming season between now and the start on March 22nd. (Most of the predictions will come in March, however.)

My first planned post for this month (after this one) will cover the through the mail (TTM) autograph requests I’m sending out to players at the different MLB camps. I did the same thing last year, and have been sending out autograph requests for the past few seasons, so I always enjoy talking about it. (I’ll also be posting an update periodically whenever I receive two or three autographs back, whenever that may be.)

After that, things should pick up a bit — including the amount of baseball news.

I have an interview with the 2013 number one overall draft pick, Mark Appel, coming up this month, which is probably one of the most interesting interviews I’ve every done. It was apparent that Appel put a lot of effort into the questions, as he had a ton to say with each answer. (I always appreciate it when guys do that.)

I’ll probably do another interview — more than likely with Phillies third baseman, Cody Asche — towards the end of the month. That’ll leave just one more month (March) with interviews. I’ll be posting either one or two, depending on a few factors that I won’t discuss now.

Other than the interviews, I’ll just be writing about the baseball news as it happens.

Keep in mind, none of this is set in stone. I may rearrange things, or exclude them altogether. It’s just a basic outline to give an overall idea of what to expect in the coming month.

With so many players switching teams in the offseason, and the newcomers such as Masahiro Tanaka making their first official appearance with their teams, it should be an interesting next few weeks.

Spring Training games are now just over three weeks away . . . .