FanGraphs Community Blog

Many of you have submitted articles to FanGraphs that we’ve been unable to publish because there just hasn’t been a place for unsolicited article submissions. With the FanGraphs Community Blog, we now have a place where we can accept your original work.

Anyone with a FanGraphs account can now submit an article using our standard WordPress interface. Here are the basic rules:

– Each article is subject to approval. We have no idea what kind of volume we will get on article submissions, but we will do our very best to get to every single article within 24 hours.

– Your submission must be your original work. Do not submit articles you have not written yourself or that have a large amount of material that is not of your own creation.

– Your submission does not need to be unique to FanGraphs. If you have written a piece for your own blog and think it would work particularly well on FanGraphs then you may submit it for approval.

– You may submit a maximum of 2 articles per week. Submitting an unreasonable number of articles will result in having your posting privileges revoked.

Other than that, we’ll see how it goes and adjust the rules accordingly. Once the blog gets some posts in it, we’ll start to further integrating those posts into FanGraphs and give it some additional publicity.

If you already have an account, click here to submit an article: New Post

If you don’t have an account, you’ll need to register for one here: Register

If you have any questions, or issues submitting your posts, please fill out a contact form.



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David Appelman is the creator of FanGraphs.

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Luke I am your Father
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Luke I am your Father

Between the community blog and the prompt addition of Shutdown/Meltdown statistic last week, I have been repeatedly impressed with Fangraphs. You guys are cutting edge; this is the site I visit most. Thanks.

Herp Derpson
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Second. Now more than ever, this is my go-to timekilling site.

Toby Murdock
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david–

i run a service that helps publishers attract and manage content contributed from their communities.

love what you are doing here, but i feel that we could help make it more effective. pls let me know if you’d be interested in chatting more. thanks.