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Chasing the San Diego sports dream, I've taken some time off from the Bleacher Report to pursue my goal of working for both the Chargers and Padres. I've gained a unique perspective of both franchises as a Public Relations intern.
Big ups to the Bleacher Report - it's a great platform to share your views and gain exposure.
'Opportunities are never lost--someone always takes the ones you miss'
Hey Darren, like your work. IF you've got a chance, take a look at my articles. Thanks!
Darren .....nicely done my friend. Anytime a journalist can spark this much debate, he has hit his mark. I lived in SD for a couple of years, and Baja for another seven. I followed the Pads closely for all of my time in the south. To the core I am a card carrying member of the Brotherhood of the Long Suffering Giant Fans. I will go to my grave cursing Giant GM Brian Sabean. He made Bud Black a hideous offer to manage the Giants , and only after Black signed with the Pads did the fallback become the Padre reject Bochy. I refer to him as" The Bruce " among other things. anyway good healthy discourse. I will enjoy checking in on your other work.
One week into the baseball season and our Boys in Blue drag it back home black & blue - here's some visual evidence:
Greetings baseball fans -
Have a couple of new selections on Dodger baseball out of the oven and ready for you to sample. Hope you will be able to drop by for a look see:
Hi then, hello again! This is a celebration of the Bleachers on my milestone article. Hope you have a chance to give a look.
All the best!
Manny's Bobble Head night blast banishes bygone Dodger LF Baker's bunch
Greetings friends -
A "best of the rest" slide show picking through the photos that didn't make the final cut on my previous efforts. Hope you get a chance to stop by.
Thought I would give The Relay for Life one more push before our big event Saturday. This one is a more in-depth look into the story of Dave Dravecky. Also posted a link for the Josiah Herring Funeral Fund!
Did an interview with Padres' beat writer Corey Brock. Check it out...