What is Baseball Toronto?
You can read the full introduction to Baseball Toronto from editor-in-chief Keegan Matheson here. If you have any specific questions about Baseball Toronto, or suggestions of what you’d like to see, please get in touch at any time.
Baseball Toronto was not launched with startup money or seed money, so the quality and quantity of content produced is tied directly to subscribers and your support. For that reason, it is very important that Baseball Toronto subscribers are treated like friends and given full attention.
Will there be video content?
Yes. Baseball Toronto will work to bring you unique video content of the Blue Jays and their minor-league affiliates.
No, they will not come in the form of auto-play ads. Baseball Toronto will never run ads, and no videos will play unless you press the magic button.
Will there be a Baseball Toronto podcast?
Eventually, yes. But not yet.
Launching a venture like Baseball Toronto is a complicated and tangled process, especially when it comes to building and maintaining this website and software. Once things are running smoothly on that front, then a podcast will enter the conversation.
It is important that, when a podcast launches, it is given proper attention and has a strong, established foundation to stand on.
Will there be an app?
That answer is very similar to the one above, though it’s likely a Baseball Toronto podcast reaches your phone before a Baseball Toronto app. Yes, creating a quality app is a priority when Baseball Toronto has established itself and built a strong base of subscribers.
In the meantime, Baseball Toronto’s website has been designed to work smoothly on your smart phone or tablet. If you have any trouble accessing content on mobile, please contact us.
No personal attacks will be tolerated in comments at Baseball Toronto. Comments targeting race, gender, or sexuality will result in the removal of commenting privileges. We will attempt to monitor comments closely, but if you or another commenter is being personally targeted, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and we will address the issue as soon as possible.
Be kind. It’s just baseball.
Baseball Toronto uses Disqus for commenting. If you don’t already have a Disqus account, you can make one in just a few seconds by entering your name, e-mail, and password (if you don’t see your confirmation e-mail right away, check your ‘Junk’ folder). Commenting with Disqus will only be available to subscribers.
Subscribers have the option to pay through PayPal or use a credit card directly, which is processed through Stripe. With PayPal, users also have the option to pay directly from their debit card or banking account.
If you have any questions about the payment process, or setting up PayPal, please contact email@example.com.
Changing or cancelling memberships
Monthly memberships can be cancelled at any time. If you cancel your monthly subscription in the middle of your subscription month, you will still be charged for the full month, but there will be no additional fees charged. All monthly memberships renew automatically.
The intent of the monthly subscription option is to be as simple and straight-forward as possible. If you would like to upgrade to an annual subscription at any time, that is also possible.
Annual subscriptions are a one-time payment and automatically renew. If you start out with a monthly membership and feel like you’ll be sticking around, switching to an annual plan is a good way to save money over the course of a full year.
Of course, if you’re having trouble along the way or have a question, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Account information can be accessed by clicking on “Account”, which is on the far right end of the horizontal menu bar. There, you are able to change your password, update your information, and access your payments.