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When Craig was in high school he took a journalism class instead of an art class. By his senior year he was the Sports Editor and submitting articles for the area’s major newspaper. He has had a passion for sports all his life and often writes a column at www.shoreysstories.blogspot.com.
Craig enjoys nearly every sport but his first love is basketball and the Boston Celtics. He was born in Massachusetts and most of his sports allegiance can be found rooted to that reigned. He also has lived in North Carolina, Texas, Florida, Washington, and Maine. He currently resides in Missouri where he is about to finish his degree.
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Thanks for the positive feedback
With pleasure. It looks like your path and my path into journalism were similar. Go Sox! Todd
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Yup, everything was great!
Yeah, I'm just saying that your intro said it will help new fans, but then the rest of the article is "If you don't know who so-and-so is, you're not a fan." That doesn't exactly help. It's more like a joke between Sox fans who *do* know who these people are.
Imagine if your teacher at school taught a lesson by bringing up historical figures and telling you "If you don't know who John Quincy Adams is, you're probably not going to pass history class," but then didn't go on to tell you who he is. It's kind of like that.
If your intro was complaining about bandwagon fans, then the rest of the slides would fit with no explanation really needed. But you said you were writing the article to get people caught up on Sox history, so explaining each of the items in the list will be the way to help do that.
It was still a good slideshow—don't get me wrong. I just felt like new fans might read the intro before going on to the rest and be left a little confused. Keep up the good work,