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Matt Dolloff is a professional writer with experience writing blogs, articles, and other forms of online content since 2007. He currently writes and edits web content for CBS Radio in Boston and contributes freelance sports articles for blog network Gather.com. Born and raised in North Andover, MA and currently residing in Boston, Dolloff is a long-time New England sports fan and covers the Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins and Celtics on a regular basis. Dolloff is a 2010 graduate of Northeastern University with a degree in Journalism. Also an avid musician, Dolloff has been playing the guitar since age 8 and currently plays lead guitar for local Boston rock band Wayside.
Remember Darrell Evans? Was he better than Dwight Evans?
Hey I would appreciate some input on my article: The Five Worst Sports Announcers in NY
Randy Johnson just won his 300th game today... Will he be the last to ever do so?
When you have a minute, check out my latest slide show about upcoming milestones we should be seeing this season.
With 2 months in the books of the MLB season, I have given my awards thus far. Monthly awards here we are! Check it out. Would Love Your Feedback.
I am back! After about a week off, I have wrote about my Baltimore Orioles, and the call up of Matt Wieters. A new successful reign in Baltimore is ready to begin. Would love your feedback.
Odd perspective of your fan base here... http://bleacherreport.com/articles/186006-where-did-all-these-boston-hats-come-from
I'd love for you to read my newest peice about John Smoltz and how I am dying to see him.
Thanks so much!
It is not too late to make a difference!
You can help. Please give a read and "pay this forward" Some things are bigger than sports.
People of my generation look at them fondly as the players they watched as little kids, people of other generations may just look at them as great players. I created a slide show highlighting the best players of the 1990's. If you get a chance, take a look, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.