- Steve, 24, University of Michigan grad (History) currently working up the effort to go to law school....wouldn't mind going all Theo and turning my law degree into an excuse to run a baseball team someday...otherwise I'll probably go into mergers/acquisitions or some form of international law....I guess a combo of both of those would be pretty sweet too.
- Right now I am in LA and it's awesome....my instructor is hot for the course I am taking and of course the weather is beautiful...I might never go back to dreary old Muskegon, Michigan....BEER TENT CAPITAL OF THE WORLD THOUGH WHAT UP
- Big Tigers fan but also a Dodgers guy too.....my favorite players are Matt Kemp, Carl Crawford and Vlad Guerrero...one player I wish I could have seen play was Roberto Clemente.
- I became a baseball fan mostly because of my uncle....his Tigers collection is massive as he has (among many other things) an autograph of probably 85% of the players ever to put on a Detroit uni....including multiples of Hank Greenberg, Willie Horton, Hal Newhouser, Lolich, McLain...all the bigs. Only one Cobb though but it is incredibly awesome.
- I prefer my women to be curvy also.....a huge fan of the hourglass shape.
William, live in Milwaukee, married with 2 adult children, BA Pentecostal Christian (we can talk sometime Chris ), really old.
Graduate of US Army, Viet Nam campus.
Retired bowling center general manager.
Brewer and NASCAR fan.
Looking forward to our 60 days of summer in Wisconsin.
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Major League Manager
(Past Year: 277)
Joined: 10 Jan 2006
Home Cafe: Baseball
Location: Spiritual World or Milwaukee (I commute)
Now live in Sutton, south of London, working as a journalist for a farming magazine.
Big sports fan - play cricket, watch Norwich City football, and been interested in American sports since mid 80s. Don't really have a baseball team, but if push came to shove would also be a Mets fan. It was the 1986 playoffs and watching the highlights of game 6 against Boston that cemented my love for baseball.
Finding fantasy sports on the internet sometime in the 90s has just made me more of an addict.