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Nathaniel Garcia is a 22 year old California native currently in school working on finishing his degrees in Communications, Religious Studies and Philosophy.
Raised by a sports fanatic father from New York City, Nathaniel grew up watching and supporting New York teams like the New York Yankees, Knicks, Jets and Islanders.
From a young age Nathaniel loved watching and playing sports. By the age of five he was already quoting stats, arguing with his friends and family about who the best teams and players were, and perfecting his golf swing.
Once junior high rolled around Nathaniel was playing competitive sports and his favorite television show was Sports Center. In high school Nathaniel began making his first attempts at being a writer. He began by writing poetry and short stories for his english composition classes.
Now in college Nathaniel hopes that he can establish a successful career in sports journalism.
In an attempt to bolster his writing portfolio he began writing for BleacherReport.com in July 2011. He was recently accepted to Bleacher Reports Sports Journalism internship in San Francisco, CA and hopes to eventually write for Bleacher Report in a "staff" capacity.
Nathaniel is also a musician in the Sacramento area, enjoys camping, surfing, snowboarding, and is an amateur photographer.
Sorry it took me so long to respond. I am for sure a fan of your work on B/R thus far! Really great to see new people join our community that have great passion and knowledge for their sports.
Looking forward to reading your stuff for a long time to come I hope! Welcome to the team!
Nathaniel, I read your article and I thought it was very good. As far as advice goes, just do your own thing. If you write about things that interest you, odds are they'll interest other people too. I only joined the site last November, and was fortunate enough to be promoted to Featured Columnist a month later. If you only want to write about the Yankees, then you will have to be sure to relay that to Stephen, our team leader, if you become a FC.