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Baseball fans spend over $15 billion per year. They are passionate fans the game and visit over 2 billion web pages per month.   They are repeat visitors to their favorite sites, including The Baseball Page.

  • The Baseball Page Offers the Following Sponsorships:
Section Ad Size Monthly Cost
Players Section - 17,000+ players First Position 300 x 100 $200
Second Position 620 x 90 $75
Blog First Position 300 x 100 $200
  Second Position 620 x 90 $75
Home Page First Position 300 x 100 $200
  Second Position 620 x 90 $75
Video Landing Page First Position 300 x 100 $100
  Second Position 620 x 90 $50
This Day In Baseball* First Position 300 x 100 $200
  Second Position 620 x 90 $75
Player Rankings* First Position 300 x 100 $200
  Mid Content 620 x 90 $100
  Bottom content 620 x 90 $50
Fantasy  First Position 728 x 90 $250
Second Position 728 x 90 $75
Ball Park First Position 300 x 100 $100
  Second Position 620 x 90 $50

First position is a sponsor ad above the fold. There are no more than two per page.

Second position is below the fold, no more than two per page. 

Player Rankings - includes all player ranking pages.

Player Pages - includes biographies, notes, awards and all stats. Over 100,000 pages.

Blog includes the Blog Home Page and Blog Page itself - 10 - 25 new blog posts come in each day and get syndicated on several platforms with link back traffic to the blog.

This Day in Baseball includes the landing page as well as every item on this day in baseball. Each item is its own piece of content. There are thousands of pages of content for This Day in Baseball.

You may inquire about other sections such as recaps, leagues, historical figures as well.   

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