DTW in the offseason

by billfer on September 30, 2007 · 3 comments

in Site News

Just a quick note of thanks to everyone here. Thanks to everyone who participated in the comments which kept the site going when I was too worn out too. Thanks to all of the readers and subscribers who kept coming back day in and day out. The site averaged over 1000 visitors a day throughout the season, and there are now over 700 subscribers to the RSS feed. So thanks for visiting, reading, participating, and telling your friends.

As for the site in the offseason, things won’t stop around here. There will be plenty of news and I’ll do my best to be on top of it. I’ll also be slicing and dicing the past season a number of different ways including a detailed look at many of the key players from 2007. I also have a database full of enhanced gameday data to work with and hopefully I’ll dig up something interesting.

I also hope to do some organizational analysis, and will be keeping tabs on the fall and winter leagues. And as I have the past couple offseasons I’ll try and arrange an interview or two.

So keep coming back this winter, and I encourage you to subscribe so you won’t miss anything new.

Now with all that said, this coming week will be light as I finish up another project. But I do have one site enhancement already in place. I’m compiling a “Best of” page with links to some of my favorite posts. So yes, I’m pitching re-runs to you.

 
 

{ 3 comments }

Stephen October 1, 2007 at 2:19 am

Well done sir! This site has immeasurably enhanced many a Tigers fan;s modern baseball watching experience. We all owe you a debt of gratitude or, at the very least, some box seats next year.

Thanks so much for all of your hard work and passion.

Best,

Stephen

Jim October 1, 2007 at 8:40 am

Thanks Bilfer!

Its been alotta fun.

Jim

Ryan S October 1, 2007 at 5:34 pm

I think I speak for a lot of us, when I say that this site has made being an out-of-town fan a lot more fun.

Thanks, Bilfer.

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