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Conor is a 17 year old Red Sox fan from Virginia and even though he's young, he's gone through the lows and highs of Red Sox fandom. Conor got his start at a personal blog in 2009 at the ripe old age of 11 and joined BoSox Injection in 2012. Since then, he's become the co-editor of the site and thoroughly enjoys bringing you all the latest Red Sox news! Follow me on Twitter (@conor_mc_duffy) or Instagram (@theconorduffy)
It all started with a Yaz baseball card, a Sanyo Stereocast radio and Gammons' Sunday notes column. Sean joined BoSox Injection in February 2014. His writing has been featured on Babble's Disney Dads, Pro Hoops History and seen on Yahoo! Sports. Winner of the 98.5 The Sports Hub Talent Search in July 2014, Sean will be returning to the airwaves after a four year absence. Previously hosted "Fire It Up" and "GameTime" on 91.5 WMFO (Medford, MA) and 91.3 WSHL (Easton, MA). Environmental planner by day, conservation advocate and a skilled landscape designer and gardener. Boston Celtics fan. Sikma-like presence on the hardwood. Has visited 29 of the 30 Major League ballparks.
Born in Boston and have lived in the area all my life but not as a Red Sox fan. My first game was actually at Braves Field where I saw a very young Eddie Matthews hit a home run. The Braves left and I quickly switched loyalties. I enjoy discussing the Red Sox past and the connection of that past to the present. I will often bring in remembrances of that into posts. As a retired teacher I have the time to occasional travel to foreign baseball soil and love meeting up with other fans of RSN on the road. I am also a fan of the NY Football Giants (via NJ) - a dwindling breed in Massachusetts.
I've been a Boston fan from birth, which has been an especially sweet deal for the past decade. If we're being honest, I can't really even remember what it feels like to not have a winning team. I'm also about to graduate from Westfield State University with a degree in Communication-Media Arts. Follow me on Twitter, we'll chat.
I am a postal worker in upstate New York. 2014 is my first season as a Bosox Injection writer. I have been through 1978, 1986, 2003, and 2011, so I know your pain. I will use that perspective to inform my writing here at the site, creating useful, enjoyable content. I consider all thoughtful and well-informed comments.
Red Sox, Bruins, and Cawlidge Hawkey fanatic operating out of Upstate New York. Proudly named after Cam Neely. Love that dirty water! Boston Strong - Find me on Twitter @CamHasbrouck!
Born and raised in Andover, Mass, I've been a loyal Red Sox fan since the days of Mo Vaughn, Nomah, and Pedro. I was there for the 19-8 game (the Sox' last loss in 2004), Buchholz' no-hitter, and JD Drew's grand slam in the '07 ALCS. Before starting at BSI, I wrote my own blog titled "After the Bambino." In addition to being a student of Boston sports history, I'm a rising senior at Bowdoin College, where I study Government and Legal Studies and run lots of miles for the Cross Country and Track teams. I'm excited to represent BoSox Injection in the frozen tundra of Maine.
Lucy is a third-generation Red Sox fan who was born and raised on the better side of Connecticut’s Red Sox/Yankee territory border. After sitting in every section of Fenway, including the Monster, at least once, the bleachers are still her favorite seats.
In 1986 I was just a young boy who didn't truly understand the pain and heartache of Red Sox fans at the time, but my father and older brother attempted to explain it to me. That year I learned firsthand how emotional sports can be. I grew up in family of die hard Red Sox & New York "Football" Giants fans. It was a legendary season for Big Blue and one that ended in complete disaster for the Red Sox. But that misery needed company, and the Sox had me hooked ever since.
I'm a die-hard Red Sox fan who's living in Upstate New York. (Thank goodness for MLB.TV!) I love to write. I love Boston and go there as often as I can. I attend as many baseball games (major and minor leagues) as I can. I get a little misty whenever I talk about 2004. I'm a dork and I throw like a girl. :)
Studying as part of the class of '17 at Curry College, majoring in Communication and English while pursuing a concentration in Multimedia Journalism. Lifelong Red Sox fan, hoping to break into Celtics and Patriots coverage in the future.
Been a Red Sox fan since the infamous phantom tag in the 1999 ALCS. The love for the Red Sox has blossomed more and more ever since. Currently living in Omaha, Nebraska where I've resided my whole life. Been to Fenway Park four times and was in awe of the place. This is my first blogging gig. But writing has always been one of my stronger suits. Combine that with my passion for the game, things should work out fine. Follow me on twitter @JLFCASH
Pete Sonski is a lifelong Red Sox fan, covering a span from Yaz to Xander. His favorite team memory is being in the stands April 4, 2001, for Hideo Nomo’s no hitter against the Orioles at Camden Yards. Pete is a fitness freak and has also covered college football. He enjoys bantering on Twitter.
Victor is a young but experienced sports journalist. He is most knowledgeable about baseball, basketball and football and lives in northern New York. Growing up in Massachusetts, his favorite teams consist of the Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, and New England Patriots. During the past few years, Victor has become a passionate Minnesota Timberwolves fan and follower as well and hopes to see their long playoff drought end soon!
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