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2006-02-16 10:55
by Bob Timmermann

Peter Gammons of now has a blog. However, it's an Insider subscription feature and it really reads more like a traditional column than Buster Olney's blog.

It's not like Gammons needs to include links to other stories since the GMs and agents are calling him anyway. Gammons' first entry actually is much more focused and devoid of pop music references compared to Diamond Notes. I don't think Score Bard could write a Random Gammons Blog generator.

And even though Gammons refers to Baseball Musings, it isn't linked. (Correction: There are links if you click on the "Readings" tab")

2006-02-16 11:32:42
1.   Sliced Bread
For an additional fee, subscribers get exclusive access to "Gammo Cam 24/7" which requires parental consent for viewers under 18.
2006-02-16 11:39:19
2.   Score Bard
Are you trying to tempt me?
2006-02-16 11:43:36
3.   Sliced Bread
I wouldn't call it 'tempt,' more like dare.
2006-02-16 11:54:33
4.   Bob Timmermann
I think of it as more of as a goading.
2006-02-16 11:58:42
5.   Score Bard
The 'temptation' would be in coughing up the $40 (or whatever it costs) to subscribe, so I could have some examples to work from. The technology side is not a problem.
2006-02-16 12:02:53
6.   Bob Timmermann
The blog is written with long paragraphs and just a few themes. It doesn't hop from place to place like Diamond Notes.

Gammons has gone to a blog format and changed his writing style to make it more conventional.

2006-02-16 12:59:31
7.   standuptriple
Really, Gammons is on Insider? I haven't missed his Boston loveletters one bit.

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