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BlogBall09 – Our leagues are ready!

For those of you who are interested, here are the 24 teams that are participating in edublogger fantasy baseball this year (in alphabetical order by manager).


League A

  • Swing from the Heels, Eric Bouvier, Auburn Public Schools Ed. Tech Blog
  • Mr. Mojo Risin’, Jeremy Brueck, Raised Digital
  • Motor City Kitties, Jim Dornberg, EdTech Update
  • Rutherford’s Beard, Bill Ferriter, The Tempered Radical
  • Buckeye Ballers, Toby Fischer, Future of Education
  • RickRockRadio, Rick Heitmeyer, The Hump in the Bus
  • Higgy’s Tribe Time, Chris Higgins, Mr. Higgins’ Blog
  • Oslo Octopi, Scott McLeod, Dangerously Irrelevant
  • My Momma’s a Sox Fan, Brendan Murphy, Philosophy Without a Home
  • Hirschy Bears, Robert Pondiscio, The Core Knowledge Blog
  • Broke a bat Mountain, Mark Schuldt, Roosevelt Elementary
  • ChiSox, Dave Sherman, The Principal and Interest
  • League B

    • A Few Good Men, Jon Becker, Educational Insanity
    • TAG! You’re Out!, Russ Goerend, TAGmirror
    • Kneighborhood Knine, Mark Granito, The Kneighborhood Annex
    • Unsigned Free Agent, Matt Haan, Hoover Power Podcast
    • Lehmann’s Demons, Chris Lehmann, Practical Theory
    • Lou’s Sport Shop, Dave Meister, PHSprincipalBLOG
    • Carolina Seadogs, Jason Ramsden, Raventech Reveals
    • Kerplunk, Ted Sakshaug, Nonsense
    • Harold’s Red Sox, Harold Shaw, Aging Reluctantly
    • Great Hambinos, Brian Smith, Streaming Thoughts
    • PrincipalsPage, Michael Smith, PrincipalsPage.com Blog
    • BewareOfGreenWeenies, Vinnie Vrotny, Multi-faceted Refractions
    • 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 third league or I would have done so. Maybe next year!

      Good luck, everyone (and Go Twins!).


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