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Scott Engel joined RotoExperts.com in 2008 after four years at ESPN.com, where he was an Associate Editor and Fantasy Writer. He began his career as a fantasy professional in 1996 at CBS Sportsline, where he served as Managing Editor of Fantasy Sports and Senior Writer during his tenure. In 2006, Scott was named Fantasy Football Writer of the Year by the Fantasy Sports Writer's Association in his first year of eligibility. In 2008, he was a finalist for the FSWA Fantasy Racing Writer of the Year Award.
Scott was born and raised in Flushing, New York, and now lives in the town of Maspeth, Queens. He has been a New York Mets fan since 1968 and has been a Seattle Seahawks fan since 1983. Scott celebrated his 14th wedding anniversary with his wife, Victoria, in 2008 and they have a 14-year-old son, Sean..
I'm finally a Featured Columnist now! Please check out my latest article, it's a little different because I did it blog style and another bonus article on fantasy football.
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Hey hope all is well, just wanted to share my latest:
Who do you think will be the NL MVP? PLZ let me know
Mr. Engel I'm L.C. May and I have read your NASCAR articles and see your very familiar with it. Even though I am a college football writer and you don't know me I would like to ask a favor of you. My good friend Mitch Kilpatrick just started bleacherreport and is not familiar with it. He knows a great amount about NASCAR but he doesn't know how to make look good with indents, commas, and apostophes. Even if your not a big editing kind of person I would like for you to please edit it. You can find it by typing Mitch Kilpatrick under search and there is only one article. I would greatly aprreciate thanks
Hey Scott, really enjoyed your espn articles. Hope you're a fantasy march madness fan too.
Some spring training thoughts. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/131644-2009-new-york-mets-jose-reyes-1st-to-3rd
Most Bleacher Report writers know Dominick DiFucci. I have asked him to help me organize a fantansy baseball league this season made up of Bleacher Report writers. This could be a blast. If you're interested in joining send me your email address and we will contact with the details. The format has not yet been established and we encourage your suggestions. Also spread the word to people you know on the site as well. It could be an awesome league. I'm a novice at this but Dom is the shits. He knows this stuff inside out and forwards and backwards. Contact me at email@example.com. Do it ASAP. Thanks.
Welcome! Glad to have you aboard and writing on the NASCAR page! Anything I can do to help, just post me a note on my bulletin board. Look forward to having you as an active member on the B/R site!
Mary Jo Buchanan