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A graduate of scenic Curry College in Milton Massachusetts, Dan Pieroni is a passionate New England sports fan. He truly lives and dies with the success of his favorite teams. Want Proof? When he was a kid he threw a table lamp across he's bedroom because the Red Sox had just lost a playoff series to the Indians.
Although he's mellowed out considerably, sports, particularly baseball, remains one of his true passions. His honest and sometimes brutal assessments of issues in sports are sure to develop a loyal fan base here on Bleacher Report.
After almost three years at Blogger, Dan has decided to leave his personal blog because he wants a wider audience and he believes that someone may be so impressed with his writing that they'd be willing to pay him for it, not that he's holding his breath.
His life's ambitions are to visit every ballpark in the major leagues and eat at every "Popeye's Chicken" in the United States, clearly he doesn't get out much.
Dan lives with his nagging but loving parents and a younger brother that barely tolerates him in northern Rhode Island. He is eager to share his opinions with the rest of the Bleacher Report community and encourages you to comment on his work.
To see Dan's work on Blogger, including his popular "Tuesday Morning Running Back" column that will move to Bleacher Report this fall, visit sportstawk.blogspot.com
Not a problem sir, glad I could help! And much thanks for the kind words Dan.
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In wake of the ALCS, please check out my interview with the former Yankee and Angel, the truly inspirational, Jim Abbott!
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Please read and add comments on your thoughts about the ever-growing problem of alcohol on our roads.
Hey I would appreciate some input on my article: The Five Worst Sports Announcers in NY
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)
I have found over the past month or so that I write best when I allow my heart to lead my head. Please check out my latest, I would be interested in any feedback you may have, or even anyone who would make your team. Thanks