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I'm a journalism/political science graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst who has lived in the Bay State virtually all my life. I was lucky to spend 17 years full time in daily newspaper sports journalism before voluntarily taking a buyout to spend more time with my family and explore new options in the field. I still write a little bit as a freelance sports writer for several dailies and weeklies south of Boston.
For nine years, I was the high school sports coordinator, during which time my staff and I won several awards. I have extensive experience in copy editing and page design that includes being responsible for producing the daily sports section at several newspapers.
Through co-op and intern programs, I have served as a mentor to many college students, many of whom are working professionally in the media. I am a member of the Asian American Journalists Association's New England chapter.
I am a former fantasy sports junkie who has won leagues in hockey, baseball and football numerous times. I've mellowed and now play more casually, though I've added Fantasy Premier League to my leagues.
Thanks Rick. I think Cooks will do well, but so many guys on that team can score TDs on the ground and in the air. I think the fantasy wealth will be shared on NE. They'll still be great of course.
Thanks again, Rick.
And thanks for the edits, of course.
Decided to change my strategy. Went from 0 closers to 3 closers in a week without sacrificing any SP. Lost some good hitters but I think I have some OK depth. We'll see how it goes.