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Son of a former minor league pitcher (with a cup of coffee in the big leagues), former minor league pitching coach, and current major league scout. Former assistant baseball coach at Countryside High School (Clearwater, FL) and The Winning Inning Baseball Academy. Wrote for Bleacher Report between November 2008 and December 2010. Graduated Summa Cum Laude from Barry University in 2011 with a BS in Sport Management and a minor in Business. Currently working in Marketing/Promotions for the Carolina Mudcats.
Here is my proposed 2011 Cubs roster, love to hear your thoughts.
As a Cub fan, I would be interested in your opinon of an article I just wrote of what the Cubs need to do to win at Wrigley Field. I don't think they know how to do that.
Check it out when you have a chance and let me know your thoughts. I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance.
Hey man we'd love to have you help writing for us on www.chicitysports.com let us know if you'd be interested in a writing position.
Matt-miss your articles. Where've you been?
I've spent the past several weeks adding to a piece dedicated to one of the father's of college football, Knute Rocke. In time for his dedication tomorrow at Notre Dame Stadium, I present to you the true and inspiring story of the most renown coach in the game:
Don't be shy, and as always, feedback is appreciated.
Jimmy Clausen has been the best quarterback in the past 240 minutes of college football. Will he be invited to New York this year, or will the Tebow's of the nation get their pre-reserved seats?
Don't be shy.
check out my fantasy predictions for week 2! http://bleacherreport.com/articles/256393-fantasy-predictions-locks-sleepers-and-busts-week-2 let me know what you think.
Hey, this is a article that I'm particularly proud of, and I think you will enjoy it. It looks at some of the strangest injuries to ever occur in baseball history, there certainly are some strange ones.
As always any feedback/support would be appreciate, and would like to get this article around BR, so if you could tell a friend who might tell a friend. Then that would be really appreciated.
Thanks in advance
I haven't pimped an article in awhile, but the silence is deafening, so here I go again.
I think that the Strasburg negotiations warrant a look at something that MLB should have adopted a long time ago. I'd like to know if you agree.