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Born in Beirut Lebanon, Farid grew up in suburban Washington D.C. He's had the opportunity to meet many interesting political figures in the 1960's and 70's He traveled the country in the late 70's, living in several western states.
Farid served in the United States Air Force in the late 1970's and was stationed in Texas, Mississippi, Japan and the Philippines.
Farid has had the opportunity to hold many sports related jobs over the years including assistant to Ogden A's (Pacific Coast League) general manager Stan Perry in 1979, public address announcer for the Idaho Falls Braves (Pioneer League) in 1989, official team photographer for the Pocatello Posse (Pioneer League) in 1991 and team photographer for the Idaho State University football and basketball programs in the early 1990's
Farid has had his own Washington Nationals website since late 2004 and has been a contributing columnist at Natsfanatics.com
Farid has been married to his wife Tracey for thirty years and has six children. Two of them, Kendi and Katie, were born with significant physical and mental disabilities, requiring the extra love and attention that only a sports fan can give.
The family recently adopted a 3-year-old special needs child in June.
Hi Farid. We miss your articles. I hope all is well.
Here is to hoping that Mr Rushdi has enjoyed his vacation and writes another article soon... I am getting excited with opening day. I wish I could make it but unfortunately have to work that day. Who do you think should start in center? I think the rotation should be bernidina and morgan in center with morse the mainstay in left. I am still not a fan of Ankiel and nothing he has done this spring has changed my mind. I read that Ankiel is set to be the opening day starter and am confused to why he is such an attractive option.
See..told you so...the Nationals and Astros are talking a deal for Jesus Flores.
Here are two baseball stories I thought you might enjoy reading. The first is a behind the scenes look at putting together the Mets new Hall of Fame and museum with the help of collectors and guys down at Cooperstown, and the second is an interview with the man who owns the Mookie Wilson ball that got through Billy Buckner's legs. It is a pretty good story that I hope all baseball fans will enjoy.
Any feedback would be fantastic.
Not a Nats fan but did a top 10 prospect list so looking for feedback
Check out my newest Mock Draft
do you agree? : http://bleacherreport.com/articles/335931-the-joke-is-on-nfl-fans-this-sunday
Inspired by J.R. Richard, I decided to choose one player from each team who's number deserves to be retired. Take a look when you get a chance, and let me know what you think.
I am now on the ninth installment of my series naming who i feel are the top 10 players in each mlb franchise's history. This one is on the Nationals, take a look when you get a chance.