San Francisco, CA, February 28, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- With a sleek new look, additional fresh content and over 400 pages of information for baseball fans to devour, thisgreatgame.com re-launched on New Year’s Day 2013 and has exploded in popularity. From casual fans to baseball historians, This Great Game, the Online Book of Baseball, engages and entertains people of all ages from every corner of the world. Recently updated and expanded, this comprehensive web site seeks to make an even larger impression upon enthusiasts of the National Pastime.
Since 2005, This Great Game has received accolades and positive reviews for its wealth of information and compelling take on the history of baseball. Yahoo! hailed it as “The hallmark of a true devotee...throw this in your bookmarks, baseball fans, as quick as a Nolan Ryan hummer.”
Unlike other baseball history websites, This Great Game goes beyond the basic facts and figures with its various features, including:
The Yearly Reader section, which gives visitors the story behind every major league season since 1900 with news-makers, record-breakers and the fascinating (if not bizarre) events of the day.
An ever-growing collection of interviews with ex-ballplayers.
The expanded Teams section featuring year-by-year histories, oral reviews and, for the first time we know of anywhere on the Internet, a comprehensive collection revealing the greatest hitters, pitchers and most memorable games by team.
New Lists section, an evolving cornucopia of countdowns covering various baseball topics including the ten greatest home runs ever hit, the five least deserving MVP recipients, the ten most influential people in baseball history and more.
New and exciting sections that will be touching all the bases as This Great Game keeps hitting taters up the middle and down the lines.
Constantly refreshed, This Great Game stays as focused on the present as the past, offering opinions and ongoing discussion via its Weekly Comebacker and its Facebook page.
This Great Game is the creation of two accomplished professionals from the San Francisco-Silicon Valley creative community: Designer-writer Eric Gouldsberry and writer-editor Ed Attanasio. For over ten years they have worked tirelessly to form the vision and content that has made thisgreatgame.com the go-to site for baseball fans of all types: Young and old, fanatic and casual.