Category Archives: Sports

My Podcast Debut!

My last blog post received a lot of attention. Numerous people reached out to thank me for writing it. Telling me they’ve gone, or are going, through the same experience. I would say it’s comforting to know that I’m not … Continue reading

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Worst Roller Coaster Ride Ever

*Editorial note. I started writing this a month ago and the title was a little different, but then I had two opportunities go deep into the interview process and a month-long freelancing gig. Well, the opportunities fell through and the freelancing … Continue reading

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Dear Dad…

Dear Dad,

Thank you. Continue reading

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Some Sports Illustrated writing I’ve done

Hi readers! I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted. Sorry for being lazy, but as I said when I started this blog, I would only write when I felt like it and not just to write. Anyway, as … Continue reading

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The End of a Yankee and a Family Era

**NOTE: I’m posting this on Sunday as Derek Jeter has already left the game after going 1-2 with an RBI single at Fenway Park, but wrote this on Friday morning with my emotions still raw from Thursday night.** Last night … Continue reading

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I’m going to be doing what?!?!?!

As some of you may, or may not know, WPIX here in NYC televises about 30 Mets games a season. Beginning Saturday night, I will be covering these games for PIX, live blogging, tweeting, interviewing, etc. The past few years … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Derek Jeter’s Announcement

I’m sitting here on the verge of tears (shut up) as I read that Derek Jeter will retire at the end of this season. I have always hoped he would just announce that he was done after a season. No … Continue reading

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