NFL Associate Editor here at Bleacher Report. Born and raised in Eau Claire, WI. Graduated college from Bowling Green State University with a degree in Sport Management. Worked for three minor league baseball teams, a baseball statistics company, and ESPN prior to working for Bleacher Report.
Sabermetrics/advanced statistics aficionado. Love any new way to evaluate and differentiate players of all sports.
Big into the NFL Draft. Started a website called "Sideline Scouting" during my college years where we developed 300+ scouting reports, articles, mock drafts, rankings, etc. for each draft from 2009-2012. That project is currently on hiatus as all members are currently pursuing other ventures.
Lover of all things NFL, College Football, NBA, College Basketball, MLB, and MILB related.
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Thanks Jack! Wish I could have made it. I believe I'll be making it back to Wisconsin in July and I should be seeing the whole family when I'm back.
Great read Ian! Missed you at the party Saturday. Guess you were writing this article! Hope to see you this summer.
To break the no-hitter record a guy would have to throw three consecutive no-hitters. I just don't see that happening. But yeah, 511 wins is ridiculous as well, doubt that gets broken.
I bet Verlander breaks consecutive no-hitter record. Most unbreakable record in sports? Career win record, no one is getting to 511 wins ever. And didn't Cy Young also pitch 25 consecutive hitless innings, including a perfect game?