Dave Augustine

Dave Augustine


I'm 25 years old and have been following sports since I became a Mets fan in the late 80's early 90's. Of course I dont remember a whole lot of those teams but I'll always remember the day Darryl Strawberry left the Mets for the Dodgers. I didnt understand why that would happen.

Now in 2009 I have quite a different perspective on sports and have found a fasination in the history of sports and where we are today. I'm an avid reader of sports books and some of my favorites include; Cobb, Eight Men Out, Moneyball and Messier.

As a resident of Lancaster Pennsylvania (about 1 1/2 hours west of Philadelphia) I only root for one Philadelphia team. That team is the Eagles. My two other teams I pull for in professional sports are the New York Mets and New York Rangers. In college I am a die hard Penn State football fan and have recently been following the Villanova Wildcats basketball team.

I finally wrote my first article on Bleacher Report and am slowly becomming addicted to it. The more sports I watch the more I want to write about them.

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  • Mike Kent posted 3123 days ago

    Mike  Kent

    Who is the better A-Rod,
    Alex Rodriguez or Andy Roddick?


  • Scotty Kimberly posted 3135 days ago

    Scotty Kimberly

    Did you hear the Ichiro, Griffey, and Branyan are leaving the Mariners to join a team that can play some offense?

    Check out my newest article for details:


    Comments, Ratings, and POTD are much appreciated... this one took some work!


  • Richard Marsh posted 3135 days ago

    Richard Marsh

    Hope you enjoy part 3 my friend. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/205841-anatomy-of-a-franchise-the-new-york-mets-part-iii-1969-amazin

  • Richard Marsh posted 3139 days ago

    Richard Marsh

    Have yourself some mindless fun. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/203293-try-these-trades-on-for-size

  • Richard Marsh posted 3145 days ago

    Richard Marsh

    Part II. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did writing it. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/199037-anatomy-of-a-franchise-the-york-mets-part-ii-lost-in-space