The Diamond Angle - Links
www.baseball-reference.com - The first place to stop for any player's stats up to this year. More or less an on-line baseball encyclopedia. Included in player stats are placement on leaderboards and most-similar players. Highly recommended by The Diamond Angle
The Encyclopedia of Baseball Catchers - Anything and everything you ever wanted to know about catchers. A labor of love.
www.netshrine.com - Fans of TDA's Stars in Their Time feature will enjoy this page. It lists the immortals, greats and near greats through baseball history. Nicely done.
Sites for Thinkers (aka. Stat Drunk Computer Nerds)
The Baseball Primer - Where to go when the sports radio guys are driving you a little nuts.
Report on the Blue Ribbon Panel Report - By Doug Pappas, Chairperson of SABR's Business of Baseball Committee. A breakdown of baseball's last Blue Ribbon report, you know, the one that claimed that most of the teams were deep in the red? Doug tries to chase down some of their numbers. If you like this kind of stuff, he's got lots more of it on his homepage.
The Dowd Report - Take a look at the document that led to the exile of Pete Rose. I wish there was a Pete Rose website that did as good a job of showing the facts and presenting Pete's case.
www.ballparks.com - AKA Munsey and Suppes. An extensive resource that profiles ballparks past, present and future. They also cover venues in other sports.
www.baseballparks.com - A strong site that has both major and minor league ballparks. Lots of great photos!
www.modernerabaseball.com - Need help planning a baseball trip? Go to this site where you can purchase travel guides for all of your baseball adventures. He's also provided us with a writing sample so you can see the quality of his work.
digitalballparks.com - High quality photos of both Major and Minor League stadiums. Good wallpaper fodder!
www.baseball-links.com - AKA Skilton's Baseball Links. If it is on the web and it concerns baseball, you can probably find it here. Sadly, they seem to suffer from a lot of link-rot.
www.baseballguru.com - A huge page with many sections. Both wide and deep, a good place to get lost for a weekend or three.
sports.yahoo.com/mlb - A good source for what's new in baseball. Not much more than a raw news feed, it gets the job done.
Big12Baseball.com - Complete one-stop coverage of Big 12 Baseball.
The Bootleg - The unauthorized authority on Cardinal sports. In other words, the place to go for Stanford Baseball (and, of course, Football and Hoops).
The Spitter - Imagine The Onion covering baseball...
EEEEEE - A discussion of the baseball Gods and the San Francisco Giants. If you read this page on a regular basis, the Giants' playoff woes make cosmic sense.
Dodger Blues - A look at the disaster area known as the LA Dodgers.
Dan Taylor's Web Page - Dan is this webpage's poet in residence. But he writes about much more than baseball, see his entire collection at his home on the internet.
Wolfe Studio - A cool gallery of baseball works by John A. and John D. Wolfe, a pair of New York artists.
The Small Press
Notes from the Shadows of Cooperstown - Our friend Gene Carney has found his way on to the web.
The Buffalo Head Society - An iconoclastic look at baseball and the Boston Red Sox by our friends in Beantown. The BHS is one of the few small baseball magazines that pre-dates TDA and is still in publication. Here's to many more years, guys!
Behind the Bombers - Another great small baseball magazine that has migrated to the internet. A must for Yankees fans.
Baseball Todd's Dugout - Todd Newville's love of the game shines on his baseball webpage.
Red Sox Diehard - One of the best team sites on the internet.
Alaska Goldpanners - Their alumni include Barry Bonds, Tom Seaver and Jason Giambi, but they might be best known for a plane crashing during one of their games...
The Santurce Crabbers - The non-official page of one of the greatest teams from the Caribbean. Note that it is bilingual for us gringos.
The Pitch Black Negro Leagues Site - A very strong Negro Leagues page.
A List of Blogs
Not your traditional website, a blog is a sort of online diary where people record their thoughts and ideas on what's going on in their lives and the world. Here are some baseball-related blogs that we thought were excellent:
Only Baseball Matters
Mike's Baseball Rants
Aaron's Baseball Blog
Elephants in Oakland
Boys of Summer
At Home Plate
The Eddie Kranepool Society
Fantasy Baseball Cafe - They have a fairly hopping fantasy discussion board.
Fantasy Baseball Heaven - This fantasy league also allows you to play with Negro Leaguers.
HeySportsFans.com - Another extensive fantasy sports site.
Cards Clubhouse - A strong site for St. Louis fans.
A-Rod Central - The one-stop place for A-Rod on the web.
High Desert Mavericks - I wish all minor league teams had a fan like this.
Stuff to Buy
Urbanhop.com - A good place to buy Negro Leagues sportswear.
Youth Sports Club - A commercial site that sells instructional videos and books.
Baseball Corner -The place to shop if you play the game. Gloves, bats and the like, all online.
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