About

My name is Phillip Brown, I am 26 years old and was born in Coral Gables, FL but then moved to Manhattan, NY when I was 5.

I played baseball (shortstop) and basketball (shooting guard) in high school but was not good enough to play in college.

I graduated from Cornell University with a bachelor degree in Biological Sciences and just graduated from Wake Forest Medical School in May.

I am currently working as a Assistant Lab Manager to help pay off college debt before I become a medical intern.

I am a huge Yankees fan but love football and basketball as well. I frequently attend football, basketball and baseball games whenever I have the chance.

First Article: November 4, 2011
50,000 Reads: December 4, 2011
100,000 Reads: January 18, 2012
Senior Analyst: February 1, 2012
150,000 Reads: February 3, 2012

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  • Xander Schwartz posted 883 days ago

    Xander Schwartz

    I haven't been able to find you anywhere else so I thought I should ask you here if you can look at my article to submit to B/R on my blog so I can get feedback before I turn it in. It is the article about realignment. IT is at ondeckcircle.tumblr.com. Thanks.

    P.S. You haven't written an article in ages please do soon.

  • Xander Schwartz posted 883 days ago

    Xander Schwartz

    I haven't been able to find you anywhere else so I thought I should ask you here if you can look at my article to submit to B/R on my blog so I can get feedback before I turn it in. It is the article about realignment. IT is at ondeckcircle.tumblr.com. Thanks.

    P.S. You haven't written an article in age please do soon.

  • Rick Weiner posted 902 days ago

    Rick Weiner

    Thanks for the props Phil, glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for reading.

  • Mike Moraitis posted 913 days ago

    Mike Moraitis

    All that being said, you did the best you could with what you had and that's certainly commendable. Overall, good work on the article and don't worry about these trolls who think they're writing experts because if they were, they'd be writing themselves.

  • Mike Moraitis posted 913 days ago

    Mike Moraitis

    I hate it when B/R gives me an assignment that's almost impossible to defend. When that happens, I let them know there is a credibility issue and then they work with me to change it.

    For instance: After the Yanks traded for Pineda and signed Kuroda, B/R gave me an assignment: 5 Reasons the Yankees need Matt Cain.

    Well, I shot them back an e-mail stating the irrelevance of that topic at this point after the two moves and they allowed me to pick my own, new topic.

  • Sammy Leach posted 914 days ago

    Sammy Leach

    No problem Phillip, great article!

  • Xander Schwartz posted 917 days ago

    Xander Schwartz

    Hi I know I had asked if you wanted to do a fantasy baseball league with Will and I. If you still want to make an ESPN account and join the league Westby B/R. There will be 12 people max. The password is jeter#2.

  • Amber Lee posted 924 days ago

    Amber Lee

    Hey there, thanks so much for fanning me on here—I really appreciate the support! I see you're a fellow writer—now I know where to come for all my New York Yankees information needs :D

    I do love me some Victor Cruz...Giants need to give him a legit contract after the year he had!

  • Jonathan Irwin posted 924 days ago

    Jonathan Irwin

    Hey Phillip. I know you've stuck with the "futures" pieces so far (which I appreciate, and I hope you've enjoyed them). So, I thought I'd make things easy for you with this one. Here's a link the latest:
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1049896-mlb-futures-part-iii-american-league-wild-card-boston-red-sox

  • Xander Schwartz posted 935 days ago

    Xander Schwartz

    I was wondering if you wanted to do a Fantasy Baseball league with me & Will? The 4th person would be an "auto" player (an expert rankings taker).

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