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Yawkey Way Report Writers:
Dom Nicastro is a veteran sportswriter, editor and award-winning journalist whose credits include the Gloucester Daily Times, Salem News, Lawrence Eagle-Tribune, Hockey Night in Boston Magazine and Boston Magazine. He can be reached via email at email@example.com.
Paul Altmeyer is a free-lance writer who is a lifelong Red Sox fan. Born in Boston, he was taken, against his will, by his parents to Rye, NY, where he spent his youth. Despite growing up a short drive from the Bronx, his allegiance to the Red Sox never wavered, and he was proud to idolize Yaz.
Nathan Farrell is a recent graduate of Rhode Island College with a degree in Mass Media Communication. A native of Pawtucket, Nathan has seen stars such as Dustin Pedroia, Jon Lester, and Jacoby Ellsbury, come through McCoy Stadium just to name a few. He was a part of the staff for Write on Sports, a sports writing camp for middle school students in Central Falls, RI. Although a fan of all sports, baseball is his true passion. Follow him on Twitter @Nate_Farrell
R. Zach Sanzone
R. Zachary Sanzone is an English teacher and freelance baseball writer. A graduate of the
School of Education at Boston University, Sanzone divides his time between teaching,
writing, and going to Red Sox games. Sanzone has published baseball articles in
Compete Magazine, short stories in Suspense Magazine, and a law paper in the American
University Journal of Gender, Social Policy, & the Law. He is also a book reviewer for
Spitball Magazine. He lives in the Boston area with his cat, Franklin Delano Kittycat. You can find him on Twitter @Zenpen81
Cameron is a sophomore at Baylor University but still resides in his hometown of Rockland, MA. Instead of hearing bedtime stories of Humpty Dumpty, he heard the tragedy of Tony Conigliaro. He has always been proud of being able to spell “Yastrzemski” at the age of eight and being able to name every world series winner since World War 2. in the past, he has covered high school and college sports for insidersportsaccess.net
as well as owning his own blog at halfemptysportsblog.wordpress.net
. You can follow Cameron on Twitter @RealCamStuart
William is a senior sport management major at Colby-Sawyer College and splits his residence between the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Midcoast Maine. He fell in love with baseball in 2004 partly because of the ’04 Sox and his grandfather’s legacy and has been a follower of the game since. Hyland has written for Boston’s TitleTownTalk, Baseball Hot Corner, the Penobscot Bay Pilot, and the Bangor Daily News before joining the team at the Yawkey Way Report. Follow him on Twitter @willhyland.
Mitchell Sabbatelli graduated from Salem State University in 2015, with a degree in Communications Journalism. He has covered Sports since 2012. He interned at the Lowell Sun and worked for the Wakefield Daily Item, covering local sports. Mitchell currently hosts his own sports talk show on Saugus access television. Since four years old, he has been a diehard Boston sports fan. At five years old, he made his dad turn his backyard into a Fenway replica wiffle ball field. His favorite sports memory is the ‘04 Red Sox season or the undefeated regular season of the Patriots in ‘07.
Jake is a freelance sports writer residing in Milford, MA. He’s been a die-hard Red Sox fan since the days of Nomar, Pedro and Manny. He’s been writing about sports since a young age but started contributing to newspapers, websites and blogs in college. He’s not into people who say baseball is boring, “the wave” or mound visits. Hopefully, you’ll like the abundance of things he has to say about the local nine.
Ethan Roy is a sophomore at Syracuse University studying Broadcast and Digital Journalism and Sport Management. When he’s not at Syracuse, he lives in Merrimac,MA. He likes to read, write, and loves to play basketball whenever possible. He has had a passion for playing and viewing sports since his early childhood, largely inspired by the 2004 Red Sox. When he’s not watching sports, he’s probably talking or arguing about them.
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