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Paul W. Reeves

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**40+ years as a huge eat/sleep Detroit sports fan!
**Played baseball, football, basketball, and hockey through high school!
**Childhood hereos include Willie Horton, Dave Bing, Joe Schmidt, and Gordie Howe.
**Current favorite players include Henrik Zetterberg, Rasheed Wallace, Magglio Ordonez, and now Daunte Culpepper!
**For years, I have closely followed ALL of the Detroit sports teams, Tigers, Red Wings, Pistons, Lions, as well as UofM Football and Basketball, very closely and with way-too-much vigor!!

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  • Josh B posted 2162 days ago

    Josh B

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/115113-around-the-diamond-top-30-catchers-longterm-deals-and-everything-else

    Part of my weekly baseball blog. It has the top 30 catchers and much more. Check it out and tell me what you think.

  • Austin Drake posted 2175 days ago

    Austin Drake

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/109633-why-i-think-the-lions-should-trade-down-in-the-2009-draft

    Let me know what you think.
    Thanks

  • Craig Garrison Sr posted 2221 days ago

    Craig Garrison Sr

    Great job Paul, I like your work too!

    Thanks man!

    ->Craig

  • Austin Drake posted 2224 days ago

    Austin Drake

    I'm really not sure. I've been at Columnist for awhile now and im an avid Bleacher Creature...so soon I hope.

  • Austin Drake posted 2225 days ago

    Austin Drake

    Hey Paul,

    I'll I can tell you is write, edit, comment, write, edit, comment, write, edit, comment (I hope you get the point. haha)
    The more views and comments you get on your articles the better the article is considered and the faster you move up the ladder. Edit other writers work and be thorough proof reading those articles. And keep commenting on articles. Also, more fans and Pick Of the Day votes don't hurt either. Plus, the more often you are on B/R doing these things the better chance you have moving up.

    Here is the article on the writer rankings:
    http://bleacherreport.com/writer_rankings

    Hope to see some great articles from you!

    Austin