BlogBall08 - Jim Dornberg, champion!
I am pleased to announce that Jim Dornberg of EdTechUpdate is our first BlogBall champion!
Well, okay, not that pleased given that my third-place team ended up sixth after the playoffs but, nonetheless, Jim deserves congratulations! Jim’s Motor City Kitties beat out Chris Lehmann’s Lehmann’s Demons in an extremely hard-fought final matchup. As promised, CASTLE will be sending Jim a trophy to recognize his championship.
Here are the final standings (and a manager’s list) for anyone who’s interested. The first season of edublogger fantasy baseball was extremely fun. If you’re interested in participating next year, drop me an e-mail with the word BASEBALL in the subject. Maybe we’ll get enough folks for two leagues…
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