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  • What’s up – I currently run (excuse the ugliness!) – I built the system of feeds from the ground up with a mix of manually editing the mysql databases and a makeshift proprietary shell that can do the updating of feeds manually.

    It keeps track of signings, trades and other baseball moves.

    I want to move it over the wordpress – or another CMS – and am wondering if I can port this over. Here’s some of the functionality that I have created –

    1. Multiple RSS feeds (trades, rumors, signings, etc.).

    2. A list of players available sorted by position.

    2a. The ability, when a player retires – or – signs with a team, to mark that player as signed – and his assigned team.

    2b. List the signings accordingly. See this page for an example –

    The starting pitchers available are listed on the top – then the players who have signed are listed under “Starting Pitchers Signed Thus Far” – and players that have retired are listed under “Starting Pitchers Retired Thus Far”

    Currently I have 2 boolean fields (IsSigned and IsRetired) – the first query (available players) looks for players that have IsSigned and IsRetired set to false, the second query looks for IsSigned=True and the third looks for IsRetired=True and lists it accordingly.

    Basically that’s all that I am looking to be able to do – and would love to migrate over the wordpress. Let me know if you have trouble understanding what I am trying to accomplish!

    Thanks so much.


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