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John Frascella is the author of "Theo-logy: How a Boy Wonder Led the Red Sox to the Promised Land," the first and only book centered on Boston's popular GM Theo Epstein. Follow John on Twitter @RedSoxAuthor.
Prior to writing the book, John's work was published on NBA.com, Yahoo Sports, Rotowire.com, CNN/SI's FanNation, and the Sporting News. If you are a website or publication looking for available sports writers, please contact John at email@example.com (will only write for pay). That same e-mail address can be used for questions regarding "Theo-logy: How a Boy Wonder Led the Red Sox to the Promised Land," and all things sports.
Just wanted to apologize for not getting back to you sooner about the comment you left me; I just discovered that they were being sent to my e-mail's spam folder, so I've been out of the loop for the past few weeks! I hope the headline for your article was changed and that I can be more quick in helping next time around.
hey bro, definitely not legal to be fans of both the nets and knicks :)
Can the Mets keep the magic going? http://bleacherreport.com/articles/385359-all-the-right-moves-united-mets-moving-on-up-in-nl-east
What exactly is your book about? His whole career or just the 2004 season and Theo resigning?
I love the articles you write if your interested in becoming a writer for metsparadise.com email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!
Wow, John, do you actually think Rocco Baldelli is still on the Red Sox. And you realize that Tim Wakefield is 42, and that Lackey, Burnett, and Dice-K have been on the disabled list in recent years. There are some holes, but not much overlap.
The Mets are a mess. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/313820-nothing-but-coal-under-the-mets-christmas-tree
I just wrote a new article on the 10 best pitchers from the first decade of the 1900s.
Let me know what you think, thanks
Hey John, those em dashes can be tricky sometimes. This should help:
On a Mac, the em-dash is produced by holding down SHIFT and OPTION, then pressing the dash button. On a PC, hold down ALT and then press 0-1-5-1 on the numeric keypad. If you're working on a PC without a numeric keypad, you'll have to copy and paste em-dashes as necessary. Here's one to get you started: —
Hey, sorry for my tardiness on replying to your problem. Looks like you were able to publish, though I see you pasted in from Word. I'll take a look for an edit.
If you feel like you were dealing with a glitch, please click the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of this page. It might sound lame, but there is an awesome system it will take you to that will allow you to post your problem in a forum that is regularly moderated by techs and community reps. Even though I know this site pretty well, I don't have the kind of admin power that they do to go into the system and change things.
Hope that helps,