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For those of you who are interested, here are the twelve teams that are participating in edublogger fantasy baseball this year (in alphabetical order by manager):


  • A Few Good Men, Jon Becker, Educational Insanity
  • Wiki Warriors, Eric Bouvier, Auburn High School’s Breaking Ranks Initiative
  • Motor City Kitties, Jim Dornberg, EdTech Update
  • Frequent Fliers, Scott Elias, Do I Dare Disturb the Universe?
  • Mr. Higgins' Blog, Chris Higgins, Mr. Higgins’ Blog
  • Lehmann's Demons, Chris Lehmann, Practical Theory
  • TradedForABagOfBalls, Scott McLeod, Dangerously Irrelevant
  • Multi-Colored-Sox, Ted Sakshaug, Nonsense
  • Bad Century, Mark Schuldt, What’s Going On at Gunn!
  • Harold's Red Sox, Harold Shaw, HShawJr – My Thoughts
  • Great Hambinos, Brian Smith, Streaming Thoughts
  • Hartwick Huskies, Matthew Tabor, MatthewKTabor.com
  • My sincerest apologies to those of you who also expressed interest but e-mailed me after these folks. We didn’t have enough to make a second league or I would have done so. Let’s try for two leagues next year!

    Good luck, everyone (and Go Twins!).

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