Saturday, July 15, 2006

Writers Needed



Hi yall this blog is in preparation for the 2009 World Baseball Classic. You see last year, as a person who grew up a diehard baseball fan in the U.S. and also lived 8 years as a baseball fan in Korea, i noticed that the commentators or sports writers didn't have the first clue what was going on with teams like Korea or Japan and every other non-U.S. team, I assume. So I started this blog as a deep information swap site where people from different countries like Cuba, Mexico, Korea, and Japan can give the inside scoop on whats really going on in those countries. How they'll fare, who to watch, etc. Team Korea's captain JB Lee is my cousin, btw and I've played some baseball in Korea so I knew what those guys were about- solid fundamentals that are probably the best in the world, and keeping their cool for better performance. I've seen them train hours everyday since elementary school. I knew that Myunghwan Park is their ace, not Chan-ho Park, before he came up and showed off Maddux-like control. I knew that Hee-Seop Choi had nothing but youth and potential on Seoung Yeop Lee and that the slugger will blast one everytime he gets a chance. Just things like that and more... insider stories... like how BK, J Seo, and Big Choi were on the same high school team and how Choi once took underclassmen and beat the shit out of them. etc. So I need writers with the inside scoop, Americans, too. contact me at yoyobudha@hotmail.com or leave one.

3 Comments:

At 9:15 AM, Blogger domen lukezic said...

hi, i'm not a professional researcher, just interested in sports, statistics...
i have noticed that you haven't got any comment's, so i tried to write one, because i taught that one poor comment is better than none

i don't have much insight in anything, slovenia is small country and baseball isn't developed much, but i ust say that we have an international league with clubs from slovenia, croatia, hungary, serbia (and montenegro) and austria. i hope that in this way our baseball will make progress, and maybe some will follow our example of uniting the forces, and this will contribute to european and world baseball...
i haven't researched much, but try these links if you find anything interesting:
http://www.baseballeurope.com/
http://www.baseballoceania.com/

i'm interested in cuban (and also other carribean) club competitions, so i will research that later, when i will have time.

good luck!

 
At 11:31 AM, Blogger fernando said...

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At 11:45 AM, Blogger fernando said...

In 2006, the people from latin countries, we had a cuban web page, where we had a message board, all the information about all of the teams, every news of the tournament, a lot of cuba team informations, etc...and it was very nice for all of us (Mexico, Venezuela, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Panama)
talking for the first time in baseball history about our national baseball team, because it was the first time that we use our big league's stars representing our countries. In the Past, we had the Baseball World Cup o The Olimpycs, but for those tournaments no body of these countries are interested.

It was very nice and fun to see everybody talking about their own countries...like people that have other sports traditions kind The World Cup of Football(soccer), Rugby o Cricket do they have.

The only problem for you is the language.

But the page is...

www.clasicomundial.com

Also you can visit:

www.lidom.com
(Dominican Winter League)
www.lvbp.com
(Venezuelan Winter League)
www.ligadelpacifico.com.mx
(Mexican Winter League)
www.hitazos.com
(Puertorican Baseball)
www.teamrenteria.com
(Colombian Winter League)
www.lnbp.com
(Nicaragua Winter League)
www.fedebeis.com
(Panama's Baseball Federation)
www.beisbolcubano.cu
(Cuba's baseball federation)

I want more information about Korea Baseball...

I know that the dominican and former MLB pitcher, Jose Lima, was at Korea this year...and he told to the Dominican Press that the Korea league is stronger than USA AAA sistems leagues...

Good Luck Man! Nice Job!

The only think that i'm not liking of all of this...is that i think the people from North America ( USA and Canada)prefer the Super Bowl, the World Series, The NBA finals and the Stanley Cup...and the football and basketball NCAA tournaments.

They prefer their traditionals sport tournaments over a the National Team Pride. And that's so bad...Let's see what happen at Rogers Centre at Toronto, Canada...a hockey nation.

 

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