How the Internet Has Changed the Game of Baseball

Posted: 22nd September 2009 by Phil Hoops in MLB
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Over the past two decades or so, the Internet has revolutionized the way people live their lives. People are able to reconnect with those old high school buddies from 30 years ago, while browsing their favorite stores all from the palm of their hand simultaneously. More specifically, the Internet has changed the fan’s experience with the world of baseball. In the past, fans had to rely on sporadic television and radio coverage in order to follow their favorite team. However, now due to services such as Twitter, fans are relayed this information almost immediately. Gone are the days of waiting for the morning newspaper to arrive to check if your team traded for your favorite player. As a matter of fact, now, fans are able to get a feel for who is likely being dealt and who is staying ...

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