Update: We’re all done!!

Let us know if you find any bugs (or any other weirdness) on the site at get [at] umpbump [dot] com


To a new hosting provider that is.

We’re in the process of moving our files and database to a better and faster host; as far as we’ve been informed by the support team at our new home, the process will be seamless. However, we’d like to let you guys know in case a hiccup should present itself.

If anything, the domain might not respond for a few minutes while the DNS records get updated, but all should be back to normal by tomorrow.


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  1. I don’t know. I think it’s kind of appropriate that a team with a player named Pronk play in a stadium named The Prog.

  2. Sarah Green says:

    Maybe The Pro? That’s semi-badass….maybe.

  3. Wait a second. We’re talking about a baseball stadium named after an auto insurer?

    How bout Ripoff Field at Bend Over Park?

  4. We could nickname the Cleveland Indians Ball Park “Pro Field”.

  5. Sarah Green says:

    We could just screw Progressive and nickname it…..GEICO!





  6. Paul Moro says:

    How about “The House That Women Who Want to Marry Grady Sizemore Built”? Or will that have to be a completely new stadium?

  7. Sarah Green says:

    The problem with that is, it’s not really exclusive to the greater Cleveland metro area. I mean, don’t ALL women want to marry Grady Sizemore? Thus, couldn’t any free-standing domicile properly be called by that moniker?

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