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LSB crosses the 10 million visit mark

Pitcher Cliff Lee #33 of the <strike>Texas Rangers </strike> Philadelphia Phillies celebrates Lone Star Ball getting its 10 millionth visit.  (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images)
Pitcher Cliff Lee #33 of the Texas Rangers Philadelphia Phillies celebrates Lone Star Ball getting its 10 millionth visit. (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images)
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At some point last week, Lone Star Ball hit a pretty big milestone -- we got site visit number 10,000,000.*

*  If you look at SiteMeter, it says we are still a little short of the 10,000,000 mark.  However, the "Dashboard" data for SBN, which is supposedly more accurate, says we are past the 10 million mark.

To be clear on the vernacular, if you surf over to LSB, that is a visit.  If you leave LSB, then come back later, that is a new visit, but not a new "unique visitor."  I don't know what our total "unique visitor" total is, but presumably, it is less than 10,000,000.

If you come to Lone Star Ball, then click on the comments to a story, then go back to the main page, then click on a FanPost, then leave, that is four page views, but just one visit.  We are close to the 30,000,000 mark on page views, but haven't hit that quite yet.