Todd Boldizsar

Todd Boldizsar

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About

I truly am a follower of the game, and my writing reflects my passion and my ability to present relevant, educated and professional content.
Since writing here on B/R, I have been syndicated by the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, CBS Sports and SF Gate. I also freelance for the Orange County Register. My focus is on LA area teams including the Dodgers, Angels, Ducks and Lakers, but I have the ability to cover nearly every major sport, and my writing history reflects my versatility. If you have any questions, concerns or comments, feel free to drop me a line here on Bleacher Report.

If you are considering hiring me, you can find my resume on Career Builder and Monster, and my audition reel is located here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3jpFao79xs. Thanks!

Became the 35th member of the Bleacher Report 1 million reads club on January 5, 2011.

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  • juliet wilton posted 1389 days ago

    juliet wilton

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  • L.J. Burgess posted 1396 days ago

    L.J. Burgess

    "obscure stats"?

    There is no such thing.

  • L.J. Burgess posted 1397 days ago

    L.J. Burgess

    Hey Dodger guy!

    I was perusing MLB.com and came across an article you might take interest in. I know that you're not anti-Bagwell but you have reservations like I did at one time.

    I wasted a lot of time researching his numbers a couple of years ago, but now that Bags is up for consideration, a LOT of so called experts are spewing a LOT of numbers at fans.

    Anyway, here's a piece that sheds some more light on his place in Baseball history;

    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20101226&content_id=16368866&vkey=perspectives&fext=.jspc_id=mlb

    Let me know what you think.

  • Steve Smarken posted 1407 days ago

    Steve Smarken

    I can only assume you're not going to respond to my comments, and have probably stopped checking your list. Anyway, Bill Terry was a lifelong Giant. He never played for, nor managed the Reds. The Giants won the World Series in 1933. Where did you do your research?

  • Jack Scherger posted 1408 days ago

    Jack Scherger

    Are you kidding me? You are writing articles for this great website, but you don't know the rules of eligibility for the NFL draft?! c'mon man!

  • tony anonyone posted 1411 days ago

    tony anonyone

    Bonds at 70. I stopped reading. You're an idiot

  • Winston Gin posted 1412 days ago

    Winston Gin

    'Memphis Bill" Terry managed only the NY Giants for 10 years. He led them to 3 pennants ('33. '36. & '37) and 1 championship ('33).

  • Adam Ferguson posted 1476 days ago

    Adam Ferguson

    Great win by your Beavers yesterday. Congrats.

  • Zach Zaremba posted 1525 days ago

    Zach Zaremba

    oh and i meant evans and ackerman will NOT see the field this year

  • Zach Zaremba posted 1525 days ago

    Zach Zaremba

    hey todd, so I see you are the "featured" columnist for my beloved oregon state beavers. I used to write on this site but I do not have the time so I thank you for writing...but on ur predicting OSU to beat TCU i noticed some major errors...Im not sure where you got the names Danny Evans or Brett Ackerman, but they will most definitly see the field this year. Geno Munoz, Aaron Nichols and possibly Kevin Cummings are the receivers you should have included. Also, the secondary returns all three safeties, and two of the three corners that saw playing time last season. You named off three players that did not even play for the team last year. Oh, and James Rodgers is a senior. But I do agree that we can beat them. Thanks for writing

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