Siflay Hraka reminds us that bloggers can't hit homeruns every day, or even have multiple base hits every day, but that we have to keep churning out the singles. I guess the worry is that we aren't even hitting singles all the time, which, if one were to really follow the baseball analogy, is probably true. Most people probably are popping out, or grounding out, or more likely, striking out, on a regular basis. In fact, as the analogy goes, probably two out of every ten posts (.200) are outs of some sort. In baseball, however, somebody is still watching you hit (at least in the Majors) even if you're batting .200. For blogs, the analogy ends there. Is anyone really reading if you're batting .200?
That said, here's evidence that even Volokh isn't swinging for the fences on every post.