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Support, Sponsor a Page

Posted by Neil Paine on April 20, 2010

Sponsoring a page is fun, fast, and easy way to support what we're doing here at Baseball-Reference. With a sponsorship, you can:

  • Show your support for your favorite player or team.
  • Drum up traffic for your own site & draw in fans with a common interest.
  • Get some well-deserved recognition for your support of B-R.
  • Make your voice heard by the tens of thousands of people who visit Baseball-Reference every day.

Here's all you have to do to get involved:

  1. Create a membership account.
  2. Find the page(s) you'd like to support, and click "sponsor" (available pages).
  3. If the page you want is already sponsored, click "Alert Me!" to be informed when the current sponsorship expires.
  4. Follow the instructions to create your message and make your payment.
  5. Your message and links will be visible on the page after we approve them (usually in less than 24 hours).

And who knows, if you're clever enough, your message might end up on lists like these.

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2 Responses to “Support, Sponsor a Page”

  1. Just out of curiosity, have you guys ever considered opening up individual game pages to sponsorship? I can't imagine the hit counts on these pages are as high as the player pages, but there are some big games I'm sure people would love to put a banner on.

    I'll bet you can find a Yankees fan to sponsor

    and a Red Sox fan to sponsor

  2. DoubleDiamond Says:

    I've got both Joe Sambito and Steve Bowling now. But I could have lost Milt Thompson. I got a reminder notice in my email a few weeks before