Announcing Can Of Corn -- A Season-Long Baseball Linkup!!!

I realize that yesterday when I posted on the gram that I had a big announcement today that everyone was probably expecting big baseball job news. I'm really sorry that this is not that. I wish it was, but it is instead the return of a baseball season linkup! 

Okie dokie! I'm just the co-host, P.J. is the brains behind the operation, so here are the rules guidelines for Can of Corn!

  • Write about baseball using the theme (or not) on the dates provided (or thereabout) from March-October. Just make it baseball!
  • Use the button in your post somewhere (at the end or whatever) and link back to me + P.J. 
  • Go to one of our blogs the day this comes up (or thereafter) and linkup! The linkup will be "live" for a week after the date.
  • Visit other blogs, read, comment, and make some new baseball pals!
  • Have a cold beer (because let's be real, anything I'm involved in involves a cold beer...)
That’s it. I mean, you're all more than welcome to instagram ALL the things, maybe we can come up with a hashtag... but it's going to be so much fuuuuuuun you know you wanna join!

P.J. came up with most of the themes and the dates, I'm responsible for superstitions.... You can post yours whenever you are up for it, but remember to come back and link up so others can find your posts. We’ll leave the linkup live for about a week after each date, giving people the chance to catch up!

Can of Corn 2016 - Dates

  • March 17: Your favorite baseballism (saying, quote, jargon etc.)
  • April 14: Best baseball memory
  • May 12: Favorite ballpark (minor or major)
  • June 16: The best promotion you’ve ever been to
  • July 14: Dream baseball road trip
  • August 18: A current rule you'd change
  • September 15: Favorite player of all time
  • October 20: Favorite tradition/superstitions
Will you be joining us for the Can of Corn challenge? We hope to see you and your posts! You can also snag the button below, if you want! I can't wait for all the fun stories!!

Can of Corn Challenge

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