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Frequently Asked Questions

Watch this video on how to use the community. 

Part One

 

How do I join the community?

You have two options.  If you got to the login screen, you can hit regester and sign up for a Baseball Page user name and password.  Or, on the login page, you can sign in using facebook connect.

Can I participate without joining?

Absolutely.  You can comment on almost any page on the site. Your comments will show up as an anonymous user.  You can also freely navigate through the status feeds, blogs and pictures in our community section. Who knows....you may not be able to resist adding your own baseball stores.

Do I own my content?

Always.  You have control of anything you put on your community pages.  You give us permission to use it, but you can take it down anytime you like.  Please make sure you have the rights to put it on the site. Check out our Terms of Use for more info.

Can I participate in the community if I am under 18?

Absolutely.  But please be safe.  Make sure your parents know what you are doing before you sign up and never give out personal information.

What happens if I see something on the site that belongs to me that someone else posted?

Contact us at info@thebaseballpage.com and we will address the issue.

What do I do if I see something offensive on the site?

Most pages have a flag for offensive content.  Just click it and someone on our staff will review it.  Also feel free to contact us at info@thebaseballpage.com

 
 

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