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B-R Bullpen: 60,000 Pages Strong, and Growing!

Posted by Neil Paine on April 14, 2011

Baseball-Reference always owes a debt of appreciation to our users who edit the B-R Bullpen Wiki, the collaborative baseball encyclopedia that anyone can edit, but that's especially true today as the Bullpen reached a major milestone -- 60,000 articles! -- thanks to its many tireless editors. Great work, everyone!

If you want to get involved, here are some links on the project:

(Or you could just go to a Random Page.)

Give it a try, explore a little, and maybe even take a shot at editing a page. With your help, the Bullpen can add even more pages as we continue collecting and organizing as much baseball knowledge as possible.

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4 Responses to “B-R Bullpen: 60,000 Pages Strong, and Growing!”

  1. Have to confess, I am constantly amazed at the information in the B-R.com Bullpen. And, a huge hat tip to all the great folks who add to that content.

  2. I've really enjoyed the personal tone many of the articles take, especially with the lesser-heralded players. Things that I would find intolerable on Wikipedia become endearing on BB-Ref.

  3. Justin Bailey Says:

    Did the post title make anyone else think of the Flintstones vitamins jingle?

  4. #3 - Lol, wow. Totally unintentional on my part, unless that jingle subconsciously worked its way into my brain.