Tag: Major League Baseball

Winter Meetings Experiences

Every year in the first full week of December, Major League (and Minor League) Baseball holds its Winter Meetings. They’re usually in a warmer climate, though that’s not always the case. They are always interesting though, no matter what your goal is as an attendant. If you’re the paparazzi or just a star-gazer, you’ll get

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Nunie’s Pumped

In a Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon kind of way, the Worcester Tornadoes have something to celebrate. For the first time in 45 seasons, a Major League Baseball player has won the Triple Crown. Miguel Cabrera led the American League in batting average, home runs, and runs batted in this past baseball season. Miguel never

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From Minor League Sports to a Major Resolution: Part 5

I’m glad I started one of my New Year’s Resolutions early. I’m already behind in my post-a-day goal, so I’m calling an audible. This month, I’ll have 31 posts over the 31 days, but I won’t guarantee one each day. There’s more to come later today to catch up! ***** Yesterday while I was in

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From Minor League Sports to a Major Resolution: Part 2

When Bobby Valentine was ejected from a Mets game and returned to the dugout with fake glasses and a mustache, I knew he was the man. Whether or not he’s the right man to manage the Red Sox is something plenty of people have their respective theories about, whether they’re a casual fan, a radio

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From Minor League Baseball to Major Congratulations

I won’t pretend to know Theo Epstein, Ben Cherington, Jed Hoyer, Josh Byrnes, or any of the other men– and hopefully women (if Kim Ng lands a position)– who land new executive-level jobs this baseball off-season. It would be great to be pals with any one or all of them, but that’s not what this

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From Minor League Baseball to a Major League Call-Up

This summer, I’ve had the privilege of working with a former Major League Broadcaster. He called games for one team for more than thirty years. The only thing that prevented him from staying in the bigs longer was the relocation of his team. Fast forward a few years, travel a few hours from Le Stade

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From Minor League Baseball to a Major League Adventure

Yesterday, the Worcester Tornadoes played an 11:05am game in Newark against the Bears. It was hot. It was humid. It was tough. But it was tougher on the Bears’ pitching staff, which allowed 14 runs when all was said and done. (Although winning isn’t everything in Minor League Baseball, it certainly makes things easier.) I

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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 Major League Vlogging

Watch the video and let me know what YOU want to hear about. To contact me, leave a comment here or click the links to my social media accounts in the sidebar on the right. Enjoy!  

From Minor League Baseball to Childhood (and Back)

Soon after one of my adult front teeth got knocked out, I went to a Red Sox game. (The tooth is still healthy and in my mouth, believe it or not.) It was the fall of 1996, and I discovered a new player that day while at Fenway with my dad. At that point in

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