Denver, CO (PRWEB) June 8, 2006
Sports-talk show host, Marc Moser, of SportsRadio 950 “The Fan” in Denver, Colorado has introduced a new website designed to encourage Major League Baseball, to restore the single season home run record to Roger Maris. The website will be up until enough signatures are reached on the website petition to present to Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association to do the right thing and return the single season home run record to former New York Yankee, Roger Maris. The website was developed with the help of Denver internet marketing consultant Mike, The Internet Guy, and web design firm Jurgemeyer Design. The website address is http://www.giveitbacktomaris.com.
Maris, who hit 61 home runs in 1961, held the record until he was passed by Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa in 1998. That record was then passed by Barry Bonds in 2001 when he set the all-time single season mark with 73 home runs. Moser and his site contend that the Bonds record and the previous passing of the Maris mark by McGwire and Sosa are tainted and cannot be trusted due to the ongoing doping and steriod scandal surrounding Major League Baseball.
About Marc Moser
Marc Moser is a co-host with Sandy Clough on “The Sports Guys” on SportsRadio 950 “The Fan” in Denver. Having grown up in Northern California he is a life-long San Francisco Giants fan and former Barry Bonds supporter. He has launched this site after months and years of discussion with his listeners and many important figures inside baseball regarding the steroid and doping scandal of the last 16 years. For more information about Marc Moser, please visit http://www.fan950.com.
About Mike, The Internet Guy
Mike, The Internet Guy is an internet marketing consultant in Denver, Colorado specializing in search engine optimization, link building, and online marketing programs for small businesses.
About Jurgemeyer Design
Jurgemeyer Design is a Denver-based agency that works in interactive and traditional mediums to develop online media, motion graphics and print collateral for a variety of clients
Mike, The Internet Guy
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