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After a lengthy career leading businesses in the financial services industry, I took a very different turn several months ago when I launched a new blog site. It is called "I'm Just Saying, Philly" and is primarily dedicated to covering the Philadelphia Sports scene. This site was created for the passionate and knowledgeable fans in the #1 sports city in the country to read about and discuss the teams and players that are a big part of our daily lives.
Athletics have been a key element in my life, both participating and following professional and collegiate sports. I have spent many hours between the white lines playing organized and recreational sports, including baseball, basketball, football, fast pitch softball, tennis, bowling, volleyball and golf. Additionally, I have been an avid fan and follower of the Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Eagles and Philadelphia 76ers. More recently since taking up the sport 8 years ago, I have also tracked professional tennis very closely.
Please visit my site for regular opinion, commentary and overall coverage of the Philadelphia sports teams and their players:
Gary - Here is a tribute to Bert Blyleven and his quest for the HOF - hope you enjoy -
It will be useful for you. Look here!
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Gary, what do you think?
Hi Gary - Here is the Detroit tigers all-time starting rotation - comments welcome -
HI Gary - Hope you will have time to take a llok at my next article - the Cleveland Indians all-time starting rotation and staff -
Hi Gary - here's a look at the chicago White Sox all-time starting rotation and staff -
Read the latest...thanks, bro. Stephen Strasburg should make the All-Star NL Team
Gary - Here is a look at Boston's all-time starting rotation -
Gary - Hi - here's a look at the baltimore Orioles all-time starting rotation -
Just wrote an article on Roy Halladay and the Cy Young award. Check it out at http://bleacherreport.com/articles/382681-is-it-too-early-to-give-roy-halladay-the-nl-cy-young-award