Only three teams don’t have their matching domain name.
It’s April and that means Major League Baseball is in full swing.
Of all the major sports leagues, MLB has been the most aggressive acquirer of domain names that match team names. In fact, the league is only missing three domain names at this point:
- Giants.com – MLB isn’t going to get this domain for San Francisco. It’s owned by the NFL Giants.
- Rays.com – Rays is a popular Seattle seafood restaurant. I wonder how much the domain is worth to them?
- Twins.com – D&D Miller in California owns the domain. This one seems like the most obtainable. It’s not being used for a web presence.
Major League Baseball also owns the .MLB top level domain. Despite a lot of talk, only two .MLB domains are indexed in Google: cubs.mlb (which forwards to MLB.com) and nic.mlb.