I attended my first Major League Baseball game in 2002, at the age of seven, but it wasn’t until a few years ago that I began to really get into the sport. Now I attend as many games — mostly Minor League Baseball, though I’ve been to games at nine different MLB stadiums — as possible each season. I love getting autographs from some of the game’s most promising prospects and interacting with them.
As far as ‘The Unbiased MLB Fan’ goes, I started it in January of 2011 and have developed a major passion for blogging ever since. Living in North Carolina, I never really became a fan of any one team, so I root for individual players from around the league instead — hence the name of the blog. It all started as a spur of the moment thing, and slowly built up over time. (It even got me a free trip to the 2012 State Farm Home Run Derby.) I enjoy writing about the latest MLB news and my opinions of it all, as well as doing interviews with various players from the Major and Minor Leagues. Even so, I decided to give up blogging on January 20th of 2017.
I’m really into a wide variety of things. Obviously, baseball is my big love, however, I enjoy taking in a good basketball, hockey, or football game, as well. I also love sports card collecting — I have amassed a rookie card collection of over 1,000 different MLB players. Other than sports, I’m really into going to concerts, taking photographs, traveling around the country, and just spending time with my friends and family. In the end, while baseball is an extremely important part of my life, God, my family, and my friends, will always come first.