Please join myself and a significant chunk of the Tigers blogosphere for a live chat today at 3 p.m. It looks like we’ll have a dozen (or more, the responses keep coming in) bloggers and Tigers writers stopping by in the hour leading up to the first pitch of the Detroit Tigers’ 2010 season. You may remember we did this once before at the trade deadline and despite the chaos and moderating challenges, it was also a lot of fun.
Will the Tigers be buyers or sellers? That remains to be seen, but no matter what happens we will be taking you right up to the trade deadline. Who is we? That remains to be seen, but the list is growing. So far the we will include:
- Ian from Bless You Boys
- Kurt from Mack Avenue Tigers
- Big Al from The Wayne Fontes Experience
- Lee from Detroit Tiger Tales
And hopefully many more. Invites are out and going out and I’ll update things as we go. So stop back here or at any of the above mentioned sites between 2 and 4 tomorrow afternoon. You can also submit questions (or break news) on Twitter. Just use #TigsTrade in your tweet and it will pop into the chat automagically.
It’s been awhile since we’ve done one of these, but we’ll do a live chat (not the video version) at 11am today. Hope you can make it.
It’s the final live chat of the season today at 10:30. Let’s rehash the awful season together…
It’s time for another impromptu session of Ask Billfer. Fire away.
It’s been a few weeks since the last time we did this, but I’ll host a live chat today at 1:00pm (eastern time). I’d anticipate it will last 30 minutes or so and I’ll try to get through as many questions as I can. Hope to see you at 1.
Starting at 12:45 today we’ll try something new. I’ll do a live chat. Ask your questions and we’ll see how it goes.
POST CHAT COMMENTS: Thanks to everyone who participated. There were some great questions, and fortunately I think I was able to keep up pretty good. Please let me know what you though of this. It was a spur of the moment decision I made when I had 45 minutes and couldn’t decide what topic to cover today so it seemed like a good time to try this.
Is this something I should do again? Maybe once a month or so?