Thursday, March 25, 2010



After almost two years of blogging on Jorge Says No!, I have decided to start a new venture in the baseball blogging world.

Effective immediately, I will begin blogging anew at my new website, Thanks to the wonderful people at the bloguin network, the new site has been developed very quickly, looks sharp (I think), and I believe we have a strong blueprint for success.

The purpose of this new site is simple: to cover free agency to the best of my ability and begin a discussion with baseball fans that will last throughout the season, into the winter, and hopefully into next year's free agency and beyond. I encourage you to check out the posts pages and let me know what you think of the site's organization, layout, etc.

Honestly, the more feedback, the better. Email me anytime!

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I'm happy to report that Jorge Says No! will remain. This site has blossomed into something that I never expected it to be and I am thrilled to watch the site continually grow. I am working on a fresh batch of content for Jorge Says No!, which will be up next week. I don't expect to post anything until then, but stranger things have happened.

Thank you for your continued support of Jorge Says No!

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And finally, here are some ways to keep in touch with!

TWITTER: @mlbfreeagency (FOLLOW US!)

FACEBOOK:!/pages/MLBfreeagency/104863969546245?v=info&ref=ts (FRIEND US!) mlbfreeagency


Please visit the site often and leave some comments! Once again, thank you for all your support.

All my best,

Jorge Says No!


Norton said...

Good luck man, i'll check it out

Anonymous said...

"I am working on a fresh batch of content for Jorge Says No!, which will be up next week. I don't expect to post anything until then, " Or ever again afterwards.

There, FTFY

Davis said...

I'm glad to hear that Jorge Says No! will remain!

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