Big News

I have some pretty exciting news to share: as of this afternoon, Wezen-Ball will now be featured over at Baseball Prospectus (along with quite a few other very talented writers). I am very excited for the chance to join one of the biggest names in baseball writing, and I am very much looking forward to the opportunities – and the audience – that BP affords. Being a part of such a well-respected organization, and among such quality writers, can only help make Wezen-Ball an even better place to be.

The blog as you see it here will still exist, but mostly so that old articles (like Charlie Brown’s stats and the Tater Trot Tracker) can still be found. I’ll update over here occasionally, if I feel like writing about non-baseball issues or if I have something to say that doesn’t quite fit at BP. I also plan to leave the occasional reminder about what you may be missing at Baseball Prospectus if you don’t have it bookmarked. I wouldn’t want anyone to get lost when it comes to my writing.

And, yes, Baseball Prospectus is a pay-site, so some of my blog posts will be behind the paywall. But, as a BP blogger, a higher percentage of my writing should be on the free-side of the wall than most. I’ll be sure to let people know whenever a post is for subscribers only. (And don’t forget – you could always subscribe yourself. You’d be getting access to a lot more quality writing than just me!)

I hope everyone here follows me over to Baseball Prospectus. I know change is weird sometimes, but I honestly think this change will be great for everyone. My time at Bloguin has been nothing short of exceptional, and I want to thank Ben, Dave, and Derek for everything they’ve done for me. If you’re a blogger yourself and you’re looking for a new host/network, I would not hesitate in the slightest to contact Bloguin. You’ll be glad you did.

And with that said, we’re off to BP. Hope to see you over there soon! Here’s a good starting point. And don’t forget, you can always find me on Twitter at @wezen_ball.

Larry Granillo

About Larry Granillo

Larry Granillo has been writing Wezen Ball since 2008 and has dealt with such touchy topics as Charlie Brown's baseball stats and Ferris Bueller's day off. In 2010, he got the bright idea to time every home run trot in baseball; he has been missing ever since.

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