Template talk:Did You Know
Just a quick question/suggestion about the "Did You Know" - since most of the trivia is presented in a what/who format, would it be a good idea to change it from "did you know" to "do you know"? Since it's being presented in more of in a quiz format, it reads better as "do you know" (do you know what...) rather than "did you know" (did you know what...). Alex 00:41, 3 March 2010 (EST)
I personally prefer "did you know" because it's more traditional for trivia in newspapers, etc. What do others think? - --Mischa 09:05, 3 March 2010 (EST)
About including the Dodgers history article, I'm torn - it's been expanded a lot but it looks a little bad for us to be including such a major article almost five years into our run here. What do others think? - --Mischa 20:57, 23 March 2010 (EDT)
The timing is irrelevant. "Did you know" is a way not only to introduce some interesting fact, but a way to get someone engaged in a bullpen page. IMHO --Jeff 22:32, 23 March 2010 (EDT)
Nice variety this round - guys from Australia, Venezuela, Mexico, South Korea, Taiwan, the majors and Japan - --Mischa 16:43, 26 February 2013 (EST)
The asterisks started showing up as some weird symbol. When I tried to fix it, it wound up bunching everything together. Adding in spaces between entries looks like they're too far apart. Help! - --Mischa (talk) 09:31, 1 October 2015 (EDT)
It seems that the "text indent" code was screwing things up, so I removed it, but I expect it was there before. So I'm not sure why it started acting up now. --Philippe (talk) 10:28, 1 October 2015 (EDT)
Suggestions for inclusions
- ...how Frank Shaffer became a lost ballplayer for over 100 years?
- ...that Valentín Gonzaléz was part of the first class of the Cuban Baseball Hall of Fame?
- ...than minor league pitcher Jesus Luzardo hopes to become the first player born in Peru to play in the major leagues?
- ...that Bob Wolff holds the Guinness record for the longest career by a sports broadcaster?