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Born into a family of crazy sports fans, I have taken Boston fan-dum to a whole new level. Growing up, I didn't read James and the Giant Peach or Clifford the Big Red Dog. No, my reading was Baseball Digest, The National and Sports Illustrated.
Who in their right mind grew up a Dave Stapleton fan? First off, does anyone know him? Former Boston Red Sox utility infielder, who hit .328 his rookie year and caught the final out of Game 5 in the 1986 ALCS. His career was done in 1987. Yes, that was my idol. Of course I was a fan of the Birds, Bourques and Neely's of the world.
I've been told that 'Fever Pitch' is an autobiography of my life. Come to 'Dan-town' and witness for yourself.
So why am I doing this? It's a life long dream to write about sports and something that I have always looked for ways to do so. I went to Siena College and the closest I could come to Journalism was a BA in English.
For all of those out there who say baseball should have a salary cap, prepare to have some knowledge dropped on you.
A Boston fan's dream weekend. Check it out!
Pedro Martinez's activity during All-Star week has not been the type I would have once predicted. What about you?
Hey, I wrote this a while ago, it's a Yankees fans perspective of the Red Sox all team:
Is 'Sheed the missing piece the Celtics have been searching for?
Who is the better A-Rod,
Alex Rodriguez or Andy Roddick?
Great to have you as a fan Dan!
Hey Dan, I just posted a new piece on the Ramirez-Beckett deal from three years ago. I think you will find it interesting.
Just got No. 50 under my belt. Please take a look when you have a chance.