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Jim is an aspiring sportswriter who lives in the suburbs of Chicago.
His articles here will focus mainly on the NHL, but he also dabbles in other sports as well, including college hoops and Major League Baseball.
When he's not writing or watching sports, Jim likes to watch movies and play video games.
If you have any questions for Jim, feel free to email him or leave a note on his profile.
Jim also writes for these websites:
Blackhawks Correspondent for www.thehockeywriters.com
Co-author of the blog www.paintitblackhawks.com
Author of the Suns Blog www.sunsspot.com
Hi then, hello again! This is a celebration of the Bleachers on my milestone article. Hope you have a chance to give a look.
All the best!
Manny's Bobble Head night blast banishes bygone Dodger LF Baker's bunch
It's a little late but I thought I'd add my two cents regarding Joe Sakic's retirement. Please feel free to take a gander when you get a spare moment. Thanks.
Ryan Zimmerman’s hit streak halted at 30 games last night. As one streak ends, another is admired. Read about how Joe DiMaggio forever redefined ’56,’ and how his feat may never be broken. It is a record that thankfully cannot be broken through steroid use, and represents all that was once right in a game that has since gone so wrong.
Thanks in advance!
-Stephen (Heartbeat of the Bronx)
Was able to witness some history and talk to a GM, all on the Dodgers dime:
My Dodger series recaps will soon resume, but first a couple of different shades Manny for your consideration and other publication.
I'm not generally in the habit of dropping links to my articles, but this one is very important to me.
Wrote this last nite, then had to work so didn't get the chance to make the rounds. Submitted for your consideration, Jackie Robinson and the office of the commissioner of MLB:
I explain myself in a hockey sense here:
This is the inital article on B/R from a long time friend of mine. I would greatly appreciate it if you found the time to check it out.