Sam  Almassian

Sam Almassian


Born in the great state of California, raised in the cold state of Connecticut. I have seen how no matter where you are in the country, sports is always there to help you get by.

There are not too many things I love more. It is a great thing for people to be so close emotionally to something that they don't have any control over. It's good for the soul.

I decided to start writing for the bleacher report, because I have so many sports conversations through out most of my days. I wanted to expand out and have other people tell me their opinions.

If you want to contact me, you can email me at

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  • D.J. Rallo posted 2153 days ago

    D.J.  Rallo

  • Adrian Staehle posted 2263 days ago

    Adrian Staehle

    Need people, would like you to be apart of it

  • Yoni Janis posted 2272 days ago

    Yoni Janis

    Is the NFC closing the gap on the AFC.

  • D.J. Rallo posted 2327 days ago

    D.J.  Rallo

    Hey Sam,

    Today I give my insight and thoughts on the American League. I award several teams and players with several different accolades. I looked at the exciting season so far in the American League and I tried to be as fair as possible. Feedback, comments, and opinions are appreciated

  • D.J. Rallo posted 2334 days ago

    D.J.  Rallo

  • Rocky Getters posted 2336 days ago

    Rocky Getters

    Hello Sam.

    My latest article, " July 4th special: How Sports has kept the American spirit alive"

    I hope you'll find time to read it. Thanks :)

  • Rocky Getters posted 2338 days ago

    Rocky Getters

    Thanks for the fan-add my friend, nice to meet you here. :)
    Have a great day, take care.

  • D.J. Rallo posted 2343 days ago

    D.J.  Rallo
    A short synopsis of the Red Sox pitching status

  • Nic Hallisey posted 2345 days ago

    Nic Hallisey


    Not sure if you're a college baseball fan, but here’s my latest piece about the College World Series.

    The student-athletes play with youthfulness and excitement and it’s sad that college baseball doesn’t get very much recognition.

    If you get the chance let me know what you think.