December 16, 2009
November 28, 2009
I'm a nonprofit grant writer by trade, an occasional sports writer, and avid fan of New York Mets baseball and New York Jets football. I recently began my tenure as a B/R Editorial Intern. I also enjoy watching and playing tennis, and have recently gotten more into MMA.
Thanks for the edits Mickey, although I reverted back to the original title. Liked everything else!
Thanks Mickey for the edit. I like the changes that you made.
Thanks for the edit, appreciated!
thanks for the edit
Thanks for reading, editing, and providing good feedback for my article, Mickey. I think in these harsh economic times, the NFL and other sports leagues are going to have to make concessions and do more for their fans if they want to retain their status. Instead they want more, and seem more concerned about making money from and pleasing rich people instead of the ordinary fan. They want luxury stadiums/arenas, tax concessions etc. while their fan base gets eroded little by little. One day, they may have the carpet pull out from under them before they realize it.
Hey Mickey, thanks for the edits on my Driver piece.
thank you for the edit
Thanks for your edits Mickey and especially for pointing out my big mistake I appreciate it I need to be a lot more careful next time thanks again
Thanks for the edit and the feedback.
Thanks for the edits.
I would've thought that issue (depth) would've been addressed this offseason for the Mets (Chone Figgins, Mark Derosa types that can play all over the placen would've made the most sense).
Guess high-profile signings are more important in that kind of market...at least for Minaya.