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I graduated from Northeastern in May with a journalism degree.
Northeastern, in case you don't know, is the school of Dan Ross, a Super Bowl record holder, Reggie Lewis, a former Celtics captain, and Carlos Pena, current first baseman for Tampa Bay.
I spent much of my time at NU working for the Northeastern (now Huntington News), working as a beat writer and sports editor. I've covered everything from the baseball team's spring training scrimmage against the Red Sox, to the Beanpot and a women's soccer NCAA tournament game.
I've written for several publications including the Hartford Courant, Metro Boston, Bangor Daily News, Worcester Telegram, NEPA Bulletin, Cafe Abroad, and serve as a correspondent for The College Baseball Blog. I'm also a member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writer's Association.
I was probably a part of the only left handed second base platoon in history back in the day, in addition to seeing time in the outfield and first. My ability to draw walks was probably overshadowed by the high strikeout totals and low hit totals, but hey, I had a good time.
That's me golfing in Scotland. I was in Dublin last spring and I would give anything to go back.
Nate: I was just checking out your bio and looked at your golf picture....you gotta get rid of that reverse pivot!!! The only guy who can do well with the fallaway shot is Michael Jordan.
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Actually I am the Pats community leader. I'd love to set a discussion up at the end of the preseason. Please email me at PatriotsPropaganda@gmail.com when you have a free moment and maybe we can discuss the details. Thanks. Mike
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Thanks for the add, Nate.
thanks for the feedback my friend went to Northeastern
Thanks for reading my article and fixing it up Nate.
Nate, thanks for the edits on my article.
Thanks for the help on my Varitek article Nate. I tried to take out a few redundant sentences to shorten it up a bit more as you suggested. I also goofed on Varitek's career BA and listed his 2007 season BA at .255 instead of your very correct .264. Given the subject of the article I shoudn't be stripping the guy of a very needed .009 off his lifetime numbers.
Thanks for the help.