Tag: Bruins

From Minor League Baseball to Major League Vlogging: Part 2

Here it is folks. The following video is what I submitted to the 2011 MLB Dream Job. If I win, I’ll be able to watch the 2011 season non-stop and blog all about it, getting paid by Major League Baseball! If you’d like to apply, click here. As always, let me know what you think.

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From Minor League Baseball to Broadcasting’s Wolf Pack

I recently had a vision for how the media family breaks down in minor league sports, and it reminded me of one of my favorite comedies: The Hangover. The way I see it, there are three main parts to media operations in sports: live in-house communication (like Public Address Announcing), live broadcasting communication (like radio,

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From Minor League Baseball to… Minor League Hockey: Part 7

Sometimes, people need motivation to get stuff done. (That might be THE most obvious statement I’ve ever opened a blog post with.) How and where to get that motivation is usually the biggest challenge for those trying to be productive. Since people can have such different personalities and work styles, a method that pumps you

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From Minor League Baseball to… Minor League Hockey: Part 4

Losing stinks. Tell me something I don’t know. Fortunately (or not in this case), there’s a reason for many of the clich├ęs like that one thrown around in sports: they’re true. The occasional close loss isn’t so bad if it’s loaded with individual improvements and comes when the team can afford it, though that rarely

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From Minor League Baseball to… Minor League Hockey: Part 3

If working in sports has taught me only one thing about routines, it’s that you can throw the previous ones you’ve had out the window. (It’s a good thing I’m not my all-time favorite player, Nomar Garciaparra.) During the season, Minor League sports require a time commitment similar to stockbrokers. I’m not saying it’s as

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From Minor League Baseball to… Minor League Hockey: Part 2

Last night, I went to Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire for the first time in a year and a half. It’s a beautiful venue that seems brand new, but that’s beside the point. All that mattered to me was the previous games I experienced there, namely one of them. It was pretty cool

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