Welcome to the end of 2021- something most of us might be excited about. Let’s move on from the dumpster fire, right?
But before we move on to 2022, let’s take a quick look at the ten most viewed posts from the past year. It’s an interesting mix, that’s for sure!
- The 2021 All-Star lists came in first by a huge margin. The home run derby list on the same post turned out, like most years, to be woefully inaccurate (tons of players choose to drop out). Viewed 3,355 times!
- The 2021 All-League awards– first and second teams, plus the major awards (MVP, Most Outstanding Pitcher, Coach of the Year). 910 views.
- The results, hitters and pitchers of the day from July 3. There were ten games played that day, so tons and tons of players were listed.
- The results, hitters and pitchers of the day from June 15. Only four games that day- not sure why it went so crazy.
- The very simple post of Covington’s season ending early because of Covid issues on the team.
- Playoffs outlook with about three days left in the regular season. This is the only post about the playoffs to make the top ten.
- Valley League Superlatives. I was very happy this one was well viewed. I listed a whole bunch of stuff, from best names to dirtiest player. From who travelled the farthest to best dance moves. It was ridiculous and fun.
- The VBL Record Book, category of slugging percentage. Three 2021 players joined this list- Jackson Lancaster, Austin Bulman, and Chad Fairey… and one, or all, of their friends and families found this post.
- The All-Star game wrapup, written by Eric Fenstermaker. Eric did a great job summing up the very long day.
- The very first results post from the 2021 season, posted on June 6. 584 views.
Overall, 2021 had almost 91,000 views from just about 43,000 visitors. Not too shabby after a year off!