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I recently graduated in May from East Stroudsburg University with a degree in Communications and minor in Business Management. A beautifully timed graduation has me firmly entrenched in the ever-so popular job market. This site serves to keep the skills I've worked so hard to acquire, fresh.
I have been a die-hard Philadelphia sports fan my entire life. Sports have had a profound impact on who I've become today, and being able to write about my passion is something I truly enjoy. Thanks for checking on my profile.
Throughout the winter I’ve been discussing the greatest all-time offensive seasons in baseball history.
I thought you’d be interested in my latest piece about the Phillies.
After the great success of my first article about the uniform numbers 1-10, I have come back with the next installment, with the best players to wear the uniform numbers 11-20. I hope you can take a look and even comment on my choices. Thanks in advance!
- Matthew Falkenbury
Ranking the top 10 pitchers in the first half
The biggest week of games to date this season begins for the Mets with Six games against the Phillies and the Yankees, its a real test for a team that has dealt with quite a bit during this early part of the season. With this I'm presenting another version of my Top Five with the subject centering around how the Mets can be successful this week against the Phils and Yanks. I hope you enjoy and thanks in advance.
Tom, thanks for the comment on my article, and I'm really glad you said something. I used to live in the Bay Area, and me and my buddies used to talk about how awesome Feliz would be considered if he could just reach 25-30 HRs on a consistent basis, because we considered his glove a step above the great offensive 3Bs of the day. I'm still not sure what I was thinking when I wrote what I wrote...but I fixed it, thanks to you.
If only fielding counted in most fantasy leagues...Feliz might get drafted on a regular basis.