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Yawkey Way Report Writers:
George is a 2010 Northeastern University graduate with a degree in Journalism and co-founded the websites www.baseballprof.com
. He is a consultant by day, father by night, husband after the kids’ bed time, and writer during the wee hours of the night. Eight hours of sleep? Who has the time!? When he’s not working or writing you can find him binge watching on Netflix (more seasons of SVU please), arguing about sports for no good reason, and enjoying watching Boston’s championship run. You can follow George on Twitter @PigskinProf
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
Joe is a senior at Rockland High School who is committed to Curry College next year to study communications and play baseball. He is the sports editor of his school’s newspaper, The Veritas, and has had stories published in local newspapers, such as the Rockland Standard. He is a baseball enthusiast and diehard Red Sox fan. He is proud of the fact that David Ortiz has only made him cry a couple of times. Follow him on Twitter @JoeTaft16
William is a junior sport management major at Colby-Sawyer College and splits his residents between the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Midcoast Maine. Growing up in the Pine Tree State, he is an avid marine enthusiast, seafood lover, and accomplished Eagle Scout. 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 Title Town Talk, Baseball Hot Corner, the Penobscot Bay Pilot, and the Bangor Daily News before joining the team at the Yawkey Way Report. All things considered, his favorite things to read are the Bible and the SportsBusinessJournal and he’ll usually be watching Friday Night Lights or The West Wing. Follow him on Twitter @willhyland.
Ryan is a senior at Bridgewate-Raynham Regional HS in Bridgewater, MA. He’s a Red Soxseason ticket holder, loves the Sox and wishes Wily Mo was still on the team. Ryan will be going to Suffolk University to study Business Management and play baseball. Follow Ryan on Twitter @RyanSasXVII
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