Good morning alley dwellers,
Recently, I've been wondering a few things about Pinstripe Alley readers. I've got a few questions I would like to ask and it would be greatly appreciated if you all took a minute or two to give me a nice response in the comment section below. However, if that's too much to ask for, casting a simple vote is sufficient as well!
1) What brings you to Pinstripe Alley for your Yankee news? Do you find our writing to be sufficient/interesting enough that it keeps you coming back? Or is it mostly the community feel that is brought about by the unique opinions of other readers?
2) How did you first come across Pinstripe Alley? We've all taken our different paths to reach this point. There are partnerships formed in which our articles are sometimes posted/featured on Yahoo Sports and I'm sure some people end up clicking on the title of an article and are led to this magnificent website. Perhaps you typed "Yankee blog" or "New York Yankee blog" into a search engine and Pinstripe Alley happened to pop up near the top of the results?
3) What's your favorite part of this website? This question might closely tie to the first question asked, but I'm really curious to hear your answers. Personally, I love how everyone gets a say (insightful or not!!) and I've learned more about baseball from the readers of this website than anywhere else I go. Yes, a front page writer that was once an apprentice of Rorschach is a terrifying thought!
4) Do you find Twitter or Facebook useful for this website? Why or why not? I think social networking is a fantastic tool and, if used properly, could really help bring even more unique insight to the community.