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Boston Red Sox or St. Louis Cardinal Fans: Which Ones Are Hitting a Home Run in Social Media?

by Sheldon Levine  |  
October 30, 2013

While the World Series has been head to head on the field, how have the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals fared online?

It's no secret that fans are taking to social media to talk about the series and to get the latest updates and news. So, Sysomos dove into the analytics to find social media super fans for the two teams, the key players to follow on Twitter, as well as the top reporters and bloggers.

According to the statistics, Boston has already won in one category: social fans. We'll be watching and interacting (use #WorldSeries) to see who comes out on top!

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Sheldon Levine is the community manager for Marketwired. Connect with him at @40deuce.

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  • by 40deuce Thu Oct 31, 2013 via blog

    Thanks so much for sharing our infographic with your readers!
    It was a really exciting series and we hope that this helped people to get a little bit more out of it.

    Sheldon, community manager for Marketwired

  • by Tony Faustino Thu Oct 31, 2013 via blog

    Sheldon & Sysomos,

    Thank you so much for publishing this great infographic. As a marketing strategy guy, I love the cool and creative content marketing that's kind of a "newsjacking" offering.

    But, I'm heartbroken that my #STLCards #PostCards #STLCards lost to the better team. Yes, #CardinalNation is in mourning. But, we appreciate great baseball and a great World Series.

    Congratulations #RedSox #RedSoxNation (even though it's begrudging) ;-)

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