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Brett Moore is a graduate of Sonoma State University in California, with degrees in History and Archaeology. He was introduced to baseball before he can remember, and has been a faithful Dodger fan since 1991 (he was 7). Raised in Los Angeles, Brett now resides, attends grad school, and works in San Diego, CA.
Previous writings have been published in his high school newspaper and yearbook, as well as The Signal, the local paper in his hometown Newhall, CA. Brett once dreamed of broadcasting either alongside or following Vin Scully into the booth for his beloved Dodgers, but abandoned that goal when he realized being the follow-up act to Vin might be the hardest act to pull off on God's green earth. He also attended Arizona State for its broadcasting program before finding his calling digging holes for really old shiny stuff. In his abbreviated career there, he became an avid ASU Sun Devil fan, and has been quoted as saying that he chose SSU due to their lack of a football program: this way no other college allegiances would conflict with watching his Sun Devils play.
The media tries to create a Manny-versy, JC points out the reality of this situation:
Have a new article just out of the oven looking at the Dodger starting pitching. Get it while it's hot!
For the dozen or so of you wondering what it would take to drag JC off the IR and post something new, here is the answer:
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
This is the follow up of the piece I wrote yesterday - AL yesterday, NL today. If you get the chance, I'd appreciate it if you took a look at it. Thanks
I wrote a piece in May highlighting the position players that I thought should make the all star team. I started a 2-part follow up piece today focusing on starting pitchers. I started with AL. If you get the chance, I'd appreciate it if you took a look at it. Thanks
If ya get some spare time, I wrote a new article: The Biblical Baseball team. Let me know what you think. Thanks
Presenting for your consideration, a recap of the recently completed series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets: