Steve Balestrieri

Steve Balestrieri

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I write for Central Mass News/The Millbury Daily Voice as a reporter as well as for I formerly wrote for covering the New England Patriots. I am a former Officer and NCO from the US Army Special Forces.I have worked as a Security Manager for the film industry.
I have followed all of the local Boston sports teams since the 1960's. I went to my first Patriots' games at Fenway Park and Harvard Stadium, back in the days before they had a permanent home.

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  • wade chapple posted 3890 days ago

    wade chapple

    Are you the same Steve who attended SF Warrant Officer School in 1989 and assigned to A-3-7 in Panama immediately afterwards? If so, please contact me (Wade) at

  • JW Nix posted 3954 days ago

    JW Nix

    The Biggest Oversight in Pro Football History:

  • JW Nix posted 4059 days ago

    JW Nix

    you may like this story on this Vikings legend :

  • Steven Fenner posted 4225 days ago

    Steven Fenner

  • Alex Johnson posted 4241 days ago

    Alex Johnson

    With Patriots training camp just around the corner, check out some of the most intriguing position battles to keep an eye on this summer!

  • JW Nix posted 4246 days ago

    JW Nix

    the defense is up for a look :

    btw - if you look on my'll see I did the Patriots last week

  • Steven Fenner posted 4246 days ago

    Steven Fenner

    Hi Steve,

    Here some light reading in case you're stuck in an airport somewhere waiting to get back home.

  • Steven Fenner posted 4248 days ago

    Steven Fenner

  • JW Nix posted 4249 days ago

    JW Nix

    check this offense out :

  • Steven Fenner posted 4249 days ago

    Steven Fenner

    It was definately a pain. Especially at night, roll over and hit your self in the head with it.

    No plates in it. You can't see in the photo but he also cut my wrist open right behind the gear works to try and rebuild it. Unfortunately when he wen't in he couldn't get anything to take since so much of it was tiny pieces. He put in what look like really big push pins to kind of push all the pieces close together and let the body figure it out. Will likely have issues as I get older. But I have really cool looking scars, lol.

    My father was in the 101st for most of my childhood and he would often tell me about somone that got hurt. I also have a brother in-law that was in the 82nd and got his leg caught in the riser causing him to rip his sternum. I guess all I can say is I don't envy them.