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Hello everyone, my name is Tim Nguyen and I am currently a college freshman at the University of the Pacific and a proud alum of Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose, CA class of 2009. I am a fan of the San Jose Sharks, Oakland Athletics, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, San Francisco 49ers, and the Phoenix Suns. I know pretty much everything there is to know about every single sport, which includes the PGA tour and NASCAR, so if you have any questions or want an opinion, don't hesitate to ask!
Over the past year, I have taken a break from writing to concentrate on school, but now, I am back!
Thanks to BR, I recently interviewed Knicks legend Earl Monroe. Here is what he had to say on a variety of topics, including the current state of the Knicks!
In wake of the ALCS, please check out my interview with the former Yankee and Angel, the truly inspirational, Jim Abbott!
Might not be your fav team or anything, but it could still be a fun read ( I hope ).
Second article of this series, you might like this one.
Let me know what you think, feedback is always awesome.
Be sure to check out the other article in the series so far.
I hope this can be a good read, let me know if you like it.
It should be a good read.
Need someone to fill a hole on your fantasy football team? Lacking depth? Here are some players you should consider picking up:
You Tim... need to write some articles.
I like your new photo lol.......you should get one of you holding your tie up haha!
That's awesome! Good luck!
And thanks for the add :)
My comment was in regard to this paragraph in your story:
"If Sabathia walks after a Brewer golf tournament in October, the Brewers front office is going to be taking the heat with nothing to show for the trade of the season, except for maybe the loss of several key prospects."
While the Brewers will have lost key prospects they traded for Sabathia, they'll likely get two valuable compensatory draft picks for a free agent of his stature leaving their team (if he does leave). That's how the A's got all their draft picks in Moneyball, with several high-performance players leaving that offseason.
Hope that clears up what I meant.