If you'd like me to link to your site, I'm only too happy to do it. The flipside of that, though, is that I can be very forgetful about actually doing it. Don't take it personally -- just wing me a gentle reminder.
- The Giants Journal, Jay Roberts' terrific, comprehensive site.
- Matt Karro's San Francisco Giants GalaxE: news, fan polls, roster, schedule, a message board, and more.
- The Giants' official site, now offered, sadly, through Major League Baseball.
- Todd Hawley's San Francisco Seals site: tons of information about the second most important team in San Francisco history.
- Strikethree, a different way to look at baseball. Fun, refreshing, interesting, informative, irreverent, funny stuff. Clearly these people love baseball, but they know what bits not to take very seriously. (Some folks, as I've learned through e-mail, have trouble with that concept. Especially Star Trek fans.) If you haven't checked it out, you really should. In fact, I demand it. I demand it!
- Sean Lahman's awesome Baseball Archive. My description can't do it justice.
- BaseballReference.com, a fantastic source of data.
- Information on fielding statistics by Chris Dial, who's way smarter than I am about this kind of thing.
- Major League Baseball's site, including rules, articles, rosters -- all kinds of stuff.
- Two newsgroups I hang out in: rec.sport.baseball and, especially, alt.sports.baseball.sf-giants.
- The Baseball Prospectus. This site is for a legitimate book that, in many ways, takes up where Bill James' annual Baseball Abstract left off. Written by guys with senses of humor.
- John Skilton's Baseball Links, which will take you to a bunch of fun and possibly useful places.
- San Francisco Giants Fantasy Camp Tournament Site -- Rob Weber's the webmaster.
- Dave Farmar's site devoted to the San Francisco Giants. Usually has a far more up-to-date team roster than the Giants' own site, plus a bunch of other stuff.
- Folks I know through the newsgroups and such:
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Last updated 6/4/02
Gregg Pearlman, gregg@EEEEEEgp.com
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