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Ballbug Leaderboard

RankSource PresenceURL
1ESPN 19.96%espn.com
2New York TimesRSS13.32%nytimes.com
3Associated PressRSS10.27%apnews.com
4Sports Illustrated 7.49%si.com
6USA Today 4.33%usatoday.com
7New York PostRSS2.99%nypost.com
9MLB Trade RumorsRSS2.85%mlbtraderumors.com
10San Francisco Chronicle 2.46%sfchronicle.com
11Arizona Republic 2.41%azcentral.com
12Kansas City Star 2.37%kansascity.com
13Baseball AmericaRSS2.23%baseballamerica.com
14The Philadelphia Inquirer 1.46%inquirer.com
15The Boston Globe 1.45%bostonglobe.com
16Tampa Bay Times 1.36%tampabay.com
17Orange County RegisterRSS1.19%ocregister.com
18NBCSports.com 0.88%nbcsports.com
19Miami Herald 0.82%miamiherald.com
20Cincinnati.com 0.79%cincinnati.com
21Des Moines Register 0.78%desmoinesregister.com
22St. Louis Post-Dispatch 0.78%stltoday.com
23Detroit Free Press 0.78%freep.com
24Brew Crew BallRSS0.78%brewcrewball.com
25McCovey ChroniclesRSS0.78%mccoveychronicles.com
26Bleed Cubbie BlueRSS0.78%bleedcubbieblue.com
27Greensburg Tribune-ReviewRSS0.71%triblive.com
28SNY 0.70%sny.tv
29Bleacher ReportRSS0.65%bleacherreport.com
30Yahoo Sports 0.64%sports.yahoo.com
33Awful AnnouncingRSS0.59%awfulannouncing.com
34FanGraphs BaseballRSS0.58%blogs.fangraphs.com
36San Diego Union-TribuneRSS0.35%sandiegouniontribune.com
37Denver PostRSS0.28%denverpost.com
38L.A. Daily NewsRSS0.28%dailynews.com
39San Bernardino SunRSS0.16%sbsun.com
40Baltimore SunRSS0.07%baltimoresun.com
 About this list: 

The Ballbug Leaderboard lists the sources most frequently posted to Ballbug.

This particular version corresponds to the 30-day period ending July 22, 2024.

Sources are ranked by Presence, the percentage of headline space a source occupies over the 30-day period. "Discussion" links are not taken in to consideration here — only full headlines are counted.

An OPML file containing this list can be found here.

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