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Ely breaks down baseball, primarily through preview/predictions, rapid reactions, power rankings, historical pieces and live blogs. And earlier this month, Bleacher Report landed him an interview with Tampa Bay Rays superstar Evan Longoria, so stay tuned for more future exclusive reports with MLB personalities.
Beyond that, Ely has written about basketball and football (pro and collegiate), as well as the Open Championship and Olympic Games. His stuff has been featured on B/R, of course, but also on partner sites including the L.A. Times, Baltimore Sun and Orlando Sentinel. Blogs like PhilliesNow.com and YankeeAddicts.com occasionally use his articles, too.
At the University of Miami, Ely studies Broadcast Journalism, Mathematics, Sports Administration and Theatre Arts. He's also a UMTV technical director, WVUM broadcaster and mediocre intramural athlete.
Got questions or comments? Writing opportunities? Free cookies??!?! Then send an e-mail to Elyminator@verizon.net. And if you want somebody fun to follow on Twitter.....
Don't know if you noticed it yet Ely but your article got a bad headline on the main page. It actually has the exact opposite effect of your article. The main page headline reads something like players we can't give up on yet."
You're awesome Eli !!!
Thanks Ely! I really enjoy your writing style!
Haha appreciate the comment on the profile picture. It has been updated
I read your comment under a Nats article and could tell you know a lot about them (or at least baseball as a whole), something they are lacking on Bleacher Report. The Nationals finished with the best record in the league, yet there isn't a single Nats writer who doesn't make factual mistakes frequently. I know you write articles about the entire MLB (which by the way are also good), but we could really use someone like you covering the Nats. Think that's an option for the 2013 season?
your article on overrated players is simply pathetic and moronic
Ely, thanks for tagging my xmas piece. Really appreciate it, you're a b/r giant, you know. :)
You're article about MLB MVP's was quite possible the worst piece of trash ever. Stay your Yankee homer ass in your mom's basement.
You know what's pathetic? You.