Which NFL beat writers do you read and/or follow on Twitter, whether for fantasy-football reasons, specific team news, or for the simple pleasures of NFL writers' often-transcendent bitchiness? As we did with MLB beat writers, we throw the question to you, the readers.
Last week we concluded our crowd-sourced guide to the best and worst beat reporters in Major League Baseball. Today, we collate. We read your reviews and picked out the best and worst beat reporters for every team where some consensus could be discerned. We also pulled some of your choicest comments, Zagat-style.
Rally 'round the flag, boys—we've got one last edition of the Beat-Off. For the last week, you've helped us identify the best and worst beat reporters for 25 teams in Major League Baseball. Now we conclude with the AL East.
The Beat-Off, our crowd-sourced effort to determine the very best and the very worst reporters in Major League Baseball, is winding down. We've covered the National League and the AL West. Today, the AL Central.
Welcome back to The Beat-Off, our crowd-sourced effort to determine the very best and the very worst reporters in Major League Baseball. Last week, we covered the National League. Today, we turn our attention to the American League. We'll start with the AL West.
This week, we're posing a question: Who's the best (and worst) beat reporter for each MLB team? Yesterday, we tackled the NL East, and today we move to the NL Central. We've organized the threads by team. Jump in the discussion down below and tell us why your favorite/least-favorite reporter is the best/worst. Don't…
With the trading deadline a day away and with the MLB season sliding headlong into third, it's time we all start paying attention to baseball again. Where to turn? For the next week, we'll be posing the question to you: Who's the best beat reporter for each MLB team?