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Sports Tech Increasing MLB Viewership Numbers During World Series

From streaming games online to becoming the top U.S. sports app, baseball is now easier than ever for fans to watch and interact with. In fact, MLB.com was the second-most viewed sports website in 2015.

The World Series between the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers began yesterday giving Major League Baseball center stage for this epic sporting event while the sports stands at a growth crossroads. Once the most popular American pastime, baseball has begun to dwindle. Less and less people are watching baseball on TV and fans are getting increasingly older. In fact, only 14% of Americans consider baseball as their favorite sport...

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SportsBlog Grows To Forty Million Page Views A Month By Adding Sports Tech And Niche Web Sites

SportsBlog.com: The premier blogging platform for superstars, superfans and everyone in between.

SportsBlog.com: The premier blogging platform for superstars, superfans and everyone in between.

SportsBlog in New York City now has 40 million page viewers per month, according to comScore Numbers, because of continued growth with US male superfans, athletes and media influencers that return daily to the expanding platform that has recently targeted sports technology and various team targeting sites as well as new sport verticals. Their record first quarter is a result of 1 out of every 10 males ages 18-34 visiting SportsBlog.com every day, according to comScore web traffic data. The Sports Techie community blog is responsible for part of these metrics as are the increase in athlete bloggers and more social media reach...

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SportsBlog Debuts Pros March Madness Coverage

SportsBlog Launches “Pros Marching In Madness” Platform For The NCAA Tournament Current & Former Pros Such as Sam Perkins, Spencer Haywood, Tamika Catchings, Stefanie Dolson, Justin Forsett & Charlie Villanueva To Weigh In On Anything & Everything Related To The Big Dance.

SportsBlog Launches “Pros Marching In Madness” Platform For The NCAA Tournament
Current & Former Pros Such as Sam Perkins, Spencer Haywood, Tamika Catchings, Stefanie Dolson, Justin Forsett & Charlie Villanueva To Weigh In On Anything & Everything Related To The Big Dance.

SportsBlog Debuts Pros March Madness Coverage

SportsBlogs announced their new “Pros Marching In Madness” hub made up of blogs written by professional athlete bloggers focused on created original social content about the one billion dollar NCAA March Madness Division I men’s basketball tournament. This innovative sports technology concept was launched to showcase current and former pro player’s real-time opinions, performance insights and breakdown of coaching strategies regarding all things Big Dance...

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