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Ballpark Digest on social media: More is better

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We've expanded our footprint on various social-media services, so there are plenty of ways to keep up with everything posted daily on Ballpark Digest.

We know many of you are social-media mavens, and although the vast majority of Ballpark Digest readers come to the site daily (either directly or via an RSS feed), some of you prefer your info from other sources. So let's just run down the various ways you can track the Ballpark Digest postings.

First: We have an active Facebook page, with stories posted there right after they're posted on the site.

Second: We have an active Twitter feed, with stories posted there right after they're posted on the site.

Third: We launched a Pinterest page over the weekend, with stories posted there right after they're posted on the site.

Fourth: We post photos of old ballparks on our Old Ballparks Facebook page. This past weekend saw a celebration of the original Yankee Stadium, including construction shots and some unique vantage points, as well as the photo at the top of the page showing the view from the batter's box.

Fifth: We post the same photos of old ballparks on our Old Ballparks Twitter feed. Again, this weekend saw a slew of shots of the original Yankee Stadium, including construction shots and some unique vantage points, as well as the photo at the top of the page showing the view from the batter's box.

Sixth: We've set up Old Ballparks as a separate part of our Pinterest page.

Seventh: Finally, stories on the site are also summarized on our Google Plus page.

The Internet is changing the way publishers approach readers. In all of these vehicles -- as well as the main Ballpark Digest site -- you have a chance to comment on our coverage, adding your thoughts and feedback. But we've clearly moved past a one-size-fits-all when it comes to the news game, and these tools allow us to serve you in your preferred medium. As always, we welcome your feedback! --Kevin Reichard