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opinions and ideas out to the world Cameron Maybin Jersey , and we encourage you to use them. Don’t know how? Well, that’s what this guide is for."So the Angels season is over and you’re navigating through the galaxy, looking for something to do. Baseball isn’t over! In fact, it’s just beginning. Speculating about which shiny new toy Mike Scioscia (sorry, habit) Brad Ausmus will have to use come April is one of the best parts of the year!That being said, if you have something to say about Angels baseball, write a Fanpost or a Fanshot! To get started, navigate over to the Fanpost or Fanshot page on the title screen right next to our big logo.A Fanpost is a longer, more fully formed opinion; basically, it’s exactly what the staff here at Halos Heaven writes on a daily basis. So Fanposts are articles, while Fanshots are little blurbs that exist to just link to another story somewhere else online, or maybe post a video or tweet. These are just about sharing links, photos, etc. that you like, and they aren’t the place for detailed analysis or opinion.Tips for a Fanshot Click the button that best describes your link, give it a quick headline Lewis Brinson Jersey , write a short description (we advise you to give credit if you’re sharing something someone else found), click the button to share your post with your twitter friends, and hit post.Tips for a FanpostGive your post a catchy headline, write a nice post, scroll down a bit from that image above and hit publish. Done!There are a few tools to help you there. The menu bar allows you to bold, italicize, change text size and more. If you want to include a photo, click the icon directly beneath the word “media” on the right sidebar. If you’re ever confused about which button to click next, click “show editor help.”But here are some guidelines to make this more successful!Do not just repost articles from elsewhere. Those copyrights are owned by someone else, so mods will have to delete them.Write your posts about topics we or another Fanpost editor haven’t covered -- at least, haven’t covered in the same way you would. We all have our own takes on the bullpen, and that’s fine.If you want to comment on a post on another site, link to it, and quote a few lines. (On the menu bar, use the chain-link button). Then share your take. Again, don’t just grab huge chunks of someone else’s story.If you wish to http://www.marlinsfanproshop.com/authentic-starlin-castro-jersey , add your own photos and polls! This can be a good way of engaging the audience.Other notes:Read other people’s Fanposts and Fanshots. You can always find them on the right sidebar.If you like something, “rec” it. The posts with more commendations filter to the top and it’s a nice way to say “good job.”Comment on other people’s posts. Reply to comments on your posts.We want you to get involved. Don’t just make us do all the talking! If you have any questions, just comment in any article, and I’ll flag it down. And remember, the key to the universe is always the number 27. Fishboy. After 16 seasons with the Brewers organization, Dillard signs minor league contract with Rangers."Why would losing a pitcher who played primarily in the minor leagues, who made just 73 major league appearances, and earned a career -0.4 career WARP merit discussion of any kind?Well because that pitcher is Tim Dillard, and he is a very unique individual.Dillard has developed quite the cult following since joining the professional ranks back in 2002, especially with Brewers fans. He obviously cultivated that following via social media, where he has produced podcasts and YouTube videos with friends, one of which includes the Chicago Cubs’ Ben Zobrist.Periodically he writes for MLB Trade Rumors in what he calls Inner Monologue of @DimTillard. He has parlayed what was probably a need to be creative and funny into a possible career in broadcasting after he retires from baseball.In fact, he was invited to joined Fox Sports Wisconsin at the conclusion of Colorado Springs’ season to contribute to Brewers social media and to add flavor to the broadcast team during the Brewers’ playoff run. He has also previously been given the opportunity to help broadcast some Spring Training games.Signing a minor league contract with Texas with an invite to big league camp had to be a decision made based on family as much as getting another shot to play in the big leagues.He will most likely get the opportunity to pitch in Nashville where he and his family reside.At 35 years old, it has to be a blessing to continue to play baseball while also getting to go home after the game and be with your wife and children.And if he gets a call up to Texas, all the better.If this is truly the end of Dillard’s playing career with the Brewers, he leaves with a total of 73 appearances and 84.1 innings across parts of four big league seasons in the Cream City. During that time he compiled an earned run average of 4.70 J. T. Realmuto Jersey , a FIP of 4.13, and 62 strikeouts against 29 walks. He earned his one career winning decision on June 5th, 2011, when he tossed 1.2 scoreless innings against the Marlins as Josh Wilson hit the go-ahead home run off Mike Dunn with two outs in the top of the 11th inning. During his 16 minor league seasons with the organization, he put together a 4.07 ERA in 487 games and 1,287.0 innings pitched. He spent a whopping 12 seasons pitching in AAA, and was valuable as both a veteran presence and a rubber arm to eat up innings in blowout games the last four seasons at Colorado Springs, helping to protect younger prospects from pitching too much in the harsh environment of Security Service Field.Dillard’s offbeat persona certainly added something different that resonated with a lot of people.What amounts to a unique phenomena that may only exist with this fan base, this organization, and this pitcher, a 16 year relationship comes to an end. Let’s wish Tim Dillard and his family the best of luck with the Rangers organization.The French term, au revoir, means ‘until we meet again,’ which seems apropos in this case.So instead of goodbye, au revoir @DimTillard.Statistics courtesy of Baseball Prospectus and Baseball-Reference

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