Major League baseball is a great thing. There’s nothing like watching the top athletes of our generation making incredible plays in a cathedral of a ballpark.
But those top players have to learn the craft somewhere, and that’s where we come in. We cover the Minors and some College baseball, because for those of us who don’t live in the metropolitan areas of the U.S., that’s where we see baseball. It’s also where we first lay eyes on players who go on to greatness. And it is the repository of some of the greatest nicknames in the history of sport, both for players and teams.
It’s the heart of the game.
We’re all about the experience of being a fan around here, so feel free to share your stories and photos, or point out the wacky promotion your team is sponsoring – we want to hear what your team means to you.
Send us comments, stories, photos, tips, complaints at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Your hosts are Eric Angevine and Brian Moynahan. Staff writers are Andrew Rosin, Chris Fee, Mike Lortz, Scott Grauer, Tamara Swindler, and Trish Vignola.
Eric is a co-founder of Bus Leagues Baseball. He is a freelance writer from Charlottesville, VA. His work has appeared at ESPN.com, CBSSports.com and Baseball America.
Brian is a lifelong resident of southern New Hampshire. In addition to co-founding Bus Leagues Baseball, he conceived and edited both volumes of The Bus Leagues Experience and has contributed to Chicago Sports Weekly, ESPN.com, and MiLB.com.
Andrew is the resident book reviewer for Bus Leagues Baseball. He is the former proprietor of The Grand National Championships sports blog and is currently working on a screenplay.
Chris is a Western New York correspondent for Bus Leagues Baseball. He covers Triple-A baseball, primarily the International League, and serves as the creator, host, producer, and editor of the Bus Leagues Podcast.
Michael is a Tampa-based Florida State League correspondent for Bus Leagues Baseball. He has written for MiLB.com, the Tampa Bay Times, Deadspin.com, RaysIndex.com, and various other websites. He has also done stand-up comedy throughout the Central Florida area.
Scott is a journalism student who frequently covers the California League for Bus Leagues Baseball. He also writes about the Phillies farm system at Philly Sports Central, co-hosts the Rays Prospects "Future Considerations" podcast, and contributes several posts a week at DRaysBay, SB Nation's Rays fan site.
Tamara is the Arizona correspondent for Bus Leagues Baseball. She follows collegiate, independent, minor, and major league baseball including Spring Training in the Cactus League, Arizona Fall League, and the All-Star Game events.