[Redbird Reveille] RSS, Twitter, and Facebook

by on June 4, 2009 · 0 comments

Since the Cardinals took the night off last night (trust me, they did, it was an off-day at Busch III), we at PH8 regret to inform you that as a result you will be subjected to …

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We’re happy, nay, ecstatic to have you reading along here on the home base of Pitchers Hit Eighth. However, if you prefer the comfort and ease of an RSS reader, we’ve got a feed that you can latch onto – right here.

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We enjoy bantering with you folks almost as much as we do writing about the comings and goings of the St Louis Cardinals. Why not join in the banter? Find a comment section at the bottom of each post, like you see here.

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Once a week (Wednesdays, 9:30pm CT) the members of the United Cardinal Bloggers network host the UCB Radio Hour over at Blog Talk Radio. Just so happens that PH8 co-hosted with Josh from Redbirds Row on the show last night. You can listen to the show anytime by using the Blog Talk Radio player on the UCB website linked above or by downloading from iTunes by clicking on the huge UCB logo button at the top right on this site.

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As you may or may not notice at the right there, we regularly spout off on a Twitter account. If you’re on Twitter (or even if you’re not), you can read and/or follow PH8 on Twitter – @PitchersHit8th. If you really like what you see, ReTweet it!

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Finally, there’s Facebook. Holy social media have we overdone it at Facebook.

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Be our friend, “fan” us, join our group. Heck, we might even challenge you to a featured match on Baseball Tycoon!

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Also, don’t be afraid to use the handy little share button you may be seeing right below this post.

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Thanks for reading everyone, thanks for inflating our ego by giving even the slightest bit of credit to anything written here, and thanks for supporting the site in all of these various locations.

Go Cards!

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Writing about the Cardinals and other loosely associated topics since 2008, I've grown tired of the April run-out only to disappoint Cardinal fans everywhere by mid-May. I do not believe in surrendering free outs.
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