Covering the Chicago Cubs and MLB Rumors.
Founded Eli's MLB Rumors which became MLB Daily Dish. (2006-2011)
Conducted over 100 interviews with MLB players, prospects, agents, and executives.
Notable interviews include:
Harold Reynolds, MLB Network
Kevin Towers, Diamondbacks GM
Mark Shapiro, Indians President
Billy Beane, A's GM
Brian Cashman, Yankees GM
Wrote for ChicagoNow's website Down on the Farm, covering the Cubs and White Sox top prospects. (2009)
Interviewed Cubs pitchers Randy Wells, Jose Ascaino, assistant GM Randy Bush, former Cubs prospect and Pirates pitcher Donnie Veal, among others.
Interviewed White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham, current Padres pitcher Aaron Poreda, and pitcher John Danks, among others.
Covered four Winter Meetings in Nashville, Las Vegas, Indianapolis, and Orlando.
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hey Eli, I have this question that been going through my head for a while. Why haven't we heard anything about Gerardo Concepcion ?
Hey Eli, Take a look at this. I think most Cubs fans would appreciate this:
When you have a minute, check out my latest slide show about upcoming milestones we should be seeing this season.
Thought I would give The Relay for Life one more push before our big event Saturday. This one is a more in-depth look into the story of Dave Dravecky. Also posted a link for the Josiah Herring Funeral Fund!
There was a touching moment in the Mariners game last night, made possible by the best pitcher I've ever gotten to watch - Randy Johnson. Watching history unfold inspired to me take a look at his incredible career and count down his five best moments, in my eyes. If you get a chance, take a look at it, I'd appreciate it. Thanks a lot.
Jim Thome is about 3 seasons away from breaking a historic record held by Reggie Jackson. Please take a look when you have time. Thanks for any comments or feedback you may have.
Lou Gehrig has somehow been forgotten amongst the game’s immortals, even though he was possibly even more of a reason for the success of Ruth’s 1927 Yankees. Read about the quiet, forgotten leader of “Murderer’s Row,” Henry Lou Gehrig.
Thanks in advance!
-Stephen (Heartbeat of the Bronx)
Hey, when you write your articles, stop false tagging. It's fairly annoying, since your articles are short anyway.
Why are you just posting a whole bunch of old articles?
Hey, I've noticed that you've written several articles about the Los Angeles Dodgers. I just wanted to introduce myself as the new Dodgers Community Leader. I look forward to reading your future articles about the Dodgers!