Destination Social Networking Website for Baseball Fans Unveils New Design

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Powerful Social Networking Tools and Widgets Let Fans Stay on Top of the Latest News, Statistics and Photos of Their Favorite Teams and Players throughout the Season on, the baseball fans' alternative to mainstream baseball news and information websites, today announced the launch of its newly re-designed online community featuring the latest in social media tools and widgets.

In addition to sharing opinions about their favorite teams and players with other fans through robust social media tools such as blogs, commenting, message boards, tagging and video and photo galleries, members can now also keep up with the latest baseball news and statistics throughout the season with a full-featured start page. This powerful new tool lets members create a personalized, virtual team and player news page filled with news feeds from their favorite baseball websites, blogs, etc,. The team and player tracker widgets conveniently update the news page with their favorite teams and players' latest photos, new feeds and headlines.

Membership to is free.

About is a free destination social networking website for baseball fans who want an alternative to mainstream baseball news. It is also an online community where fans can share views and opinions about the game, its players and the teams with other fans. Powered by ThePortâ„¢ Network, Inc., whose social networking platform powers online communities for The Atlanta Falcons, Cox Newspapers, RCI and TradeKing, offers fans the latest in social media tools including a powerful feed aggregation engine that continuously populates the community's library with highly relevant feeds, a search tool that members can use to find relevant feeds by keyword, a broad variety of user-generated content tools and social networking tools that let members find and connect with other like-minded fans. To join the community, visit

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