April 6, 2009
An avid sports fan and recent graduate of Michigan State University's journalism school, I just began a job in editing and design for a six-day daily newspaper. I follow all major Detroit teams, especially my Lions (yes, seriously). I play tennis regularly and model my game after John McEnroe to middling results.
Here is my last installment on the stolen base series I wrote all season and you've been editing. Let me know what you think. Its currently un-edited and it includes previews and predictions for 2010.
Season Finale: Part V: Returning the Stolen Base to Baseball Prominence
Enjoyed you editing my articles.
Thanks for the edit Mac.
Thanks for a catchier title. ;-)
Thanks for the great edit and feedback Mac! I appreciate it
Thanks sincerely for the edits. I especially want to compliment the headline change—that gives it a little extra kick. Very nice.
I just added the Paralyzed Vets of America link at the bottom, which I'm betting you didn't even notice you had dropped. Either way, no sweat just wanted it back in there.
Appreciate the contribution.
Thanks for taking the time to tweak my story into better shape. As for the strange things hovering over the City of Angels, the USC situation is pretty weird. Were it not for the hiring of Pete Carroll, and his success at the college level, Mike Garrett would be signing autographs for a living.
Thanks so much for the edit and kind words.
I am glad you helped me out!
Thanks for the feedback on the Pirates story. It is definitely tough for teams from places like Pittsburgh and Detroit to compete in today's sports world.
Mac, thanks much for the edit and feedback. Feel free to give it some stars or a POTD! lol
Thanks for the edit and the background info. Anyone who is new to the story probably would've been confused with reference to the earlier issue. Thanks Mac!