If everybody's doing it, there's a lot of guys doing it. Vince in The Color of Money
New blogs just keeping popping up, don't they? One of the most exciting new ones is called Bronx Comix run by longtime-Bronx Banterite, Knuckles. Be sure to give it a look. Knucks, the only problem I can see you running into is posting on the reg. Once you start something as fun as what you are doing, we're going to want our daily fix, Snoops.
The key difference between Jeter and A-Rod is this: Jeter goes to great lengths to keep things uncomplicated, and A-Rod seems to complicate everything. In this case, I think they're both being sincere. They should get some credit for that. They function well as teammates. The rest is interesting, for sure, but it's mostly a soap opera.
From an image standpoint, this is good for Rodriguez. Fans appreciate honesty and perseverance. That's why people cheer for Jason Giambi. If A-Rod wants to win over the fans (and we know he does), he may have finally hit on a good strategy. He's telling the truth about his relationship with Jeter, and he hasn't bailed on the Yankees despite his struggles in the clutch. I could be wrong, but I sense that fans will respect him for that.
Lastly, on another (non-baseball) blogging note, Hip Hop mixmaster, Steinski recently launched his own site, which features posts on music and (left wing) politics. It is a lot of fun if you are into that sort of thing.