Comments at THT

Starting today, you’ll now be able to comment on all articles on The Hardball Times. It’s hard to believe that it’s taken us six years to turn on comments for our articles, but we’ve always been open to email and comments at Ballhype or Baseball Think Factory. Plus, we’ve been accepting comments at Shysterball and, more recently, on our Fantasy blog.

Now you’ll be able to comment on all THT posts and articles. All we ask is that you leave us your email address for security purposes. If commenting spam gets bad, we may have to add extra security. But we’ll try to avoid that unless it’s absolutely necessary. Also, please be civil and avoid nasty words. Which I’m sure you always do.

We’re excited to take this next step in the evolution of THT. Thanks for continuing to support us.

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