Did you know we now had diaries? Sure you did, because you’re a wonderfully intelligent reader that is up on all things VFTB. Ah, who am I kidding? I’m not always up on all things VFTB, so how can you possibly be? That being said, I thought I would take the time to remind you that we’ve integrated the idea of diaries (reader created posts) for your increased enjoyment. Everyone on this site, staff and readers, have a an opinion on this baseball team. Now you have an outlet for all to read those opinions.

If you have not already done so, click the icon in the right sidebar that says contribute. This will allow you to register for the site and then be able to post your thoughts for people to read. If you’re not quite ready for that yet, you can still read what everyone else has to say. However, I think sometimes the posts in the diaries go missed by some. Here are two tips to never miss a diary again.

Tip # 1 – Get yourself an RSS reader and subscribe to our feed. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you can always enter your e-mail address into the subscribe box at the top left of the site and receive all the content, including the diaries, in your e-mail each morning.

Tip # 2 – Come to the site frequently and look in the right sidebar in the Recent Diaries section and watch for new titles. This box shows the 10 most recent diary entries by users and staff. Just because it’s not on the front page doesn’t mean it’s not good. Remember that.

With all that being said, let’s shine the light on some of the more recent diaries posted to the site.

  • Boomer wrote a note that talked about possibly moving Fukudome to CF – (View Diary)
  • Jon Pence asked readers what their favorite time of year is in regards to sports – (View Diary)
  • Joe Aiello (aka, me) – posted a note about a finding regarding why Dontrelle Willis may have sucked so bad last year. (View Diary)
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Joe Aiello is the founder of View From the Bleachers and one of the lead writers. Growing up in Chicago, he fondly remembers attending games in the bleachers before that was the popular thing to do. Currently Joe resides in North Carolina with his wife and three kids and helps people protect their assets as an independent insurance agent. Connect with Joe via Twitter / Facebook / E-mail