Currently living in Los Angeles, I am a copy editor for Bleacher Report by day and an actress/host/freelance reporter by night. I was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, where I worked in radio and television, and formerly served as a staff writer for a local newspaper. I've also been an avid fan and player of sports since I was a kid, and I was a member of the Division I rowing team at the University of Louisville. I follow UofL basketball and football, love the New England Patriots and the New York Yankees, and I have a love/hate relationship with fantasy football—who doesn't?
Thanks for your help this morning Ashley! Sorry about the Haren and Angels typos, that's just carelessness on my part, I apologize.
I have a question about adding apostrophes in team names, I seem to struggle with that. When is it appropriate to use them to imply possession? I thought "the Marlins' second baseman" made sense since he belongs to them? I also see how Marlins might be descriptive in that case though too. Is there an easy rule on this so I can understand better?
Thanks for the edits on my Tottenham article today, Ashley.
Cheers for the edits, Ashley!
Thanks for all your help and feedback on my story today, Ashley. I really appreciate your support!
Thanks again for the edits. Appreciate it!
Thank you Ashley, I appreciate the edit.
Thanks for the edits on my Harry Kane article today, Ashley. The quote without a citation was a press conference one I forgot to note I obtained firsthand. I'll amend it to say so.
Thanks for the edits, Ashley! And glad to see you're a Yankees fan:)
Thanks for the edits, Ashley. Always appreciate the feedback.