He was born in New Jersey in November 1988 and grew up in Wayne, New Jersey and Stamford, Connecticut, both suburbs of New York City. He has a background in journalism. He covered baseball for four years for Major League Baseball and deceptive advertising for a year and a half at a nonprofit. He went to high school in the Bronx and did his first two years of college in Manhattan. He graduated from Wesleyan University with a BA in Classical Languages and City University London with a MA in creative writing. He’s lived in New York, Connecticut, and London. His dog’s name is Linda.
I really do love the Mets decades' long dedication to putting non-outfielders in the outfield.
Why can't the Mets get into a rights dispute with local cable companies that keeps them off TV, like the Dodgers? Is there no god?
Jeez, they're really going to make the Mets keep playing games? That seems cruel.