My latest appearance (01-24-2019) on TSN 1260 Radio (Edmonton) with host Dean Millard (@DuckMillard) as we discussed: Cooperstown’s class of 2019, finding justice in Edgar Martinez making it to the hall, the sentimentality behind Roy Halladay’s love of baseball, how Mariano Rivero changed the game in more ways than one, Mike Mussina’s debt of gratitude to the eternally salty Jack Morris, why Curt Schilling and his volume knob remain flummoxed, and the inevitable rise of the all-too deserving epic Canadian known as Larry Walker.
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Ari Shapiro is a writer, podcaster, and publisher with over two decades of experience working for monolithic corporations before one day realizing that the value of pure human ingenuity and creative literary expression is worth far more than being a capitalist ronin prick who drives a nice BMW. He’s a dashing technologist by day and a cunning journalist by night running one of the last independent and underground media hubs featuring articles from a cadre of ruthlessly talented contributors. He also discovered J. R. R. Tolkien at ten years of age, King Crimson by twelve, and ran the city’s most popular bulletin board system at fifteen. Now mired in adulthood, he yearns to avoid mediocrity by inspiring others to use both hemispheres of the mind. View all my posts