I'm a minor league baseball writer. Dirt under my fingernails.
I've been a Minor League Baseball writer for eight years and a high school sports writer for four.
I provide minor league coverage for Going Nine (formerly Baseball Digest), Gotham Baseball Magazine, and Pirates Prospects, covering the New York Penn League Brooklyn Cyclones (Mets), Staten Island Yankees, and the Jamestown Jammers.
I covered Florida Spring Training in 2012 for MLB.com, Junior Baseball Magazine, and Pirates Prospects.
I'm also a feature writer for the high school sports magazine Ultimate Athlete, New York City edition.
In 2011 & 2012 I was an online minor league writer for Baseball Digest and authored the weekly column, 'To The Farm'. I exclusively covered the New York Penn League for Gotham Baseball in 2012.
I have been a regular contributor to Junior Baseball Magazine since 2005, interviewing and profiling Major League players and writing feature stories. I was an online sports copy editor for two years at Minor League News.com. In 2004 I began my career writing for Scout.com
In 2008, I covered the Can Am League for the Press of Atlantic City and the Worcester Telegram. I covered the Eastern League from 2008-2012 for The Trentonian, Pinstripes Plus, Project Prospect, and Baseball Digest. In 2008 II covered high school cross country for The Trentonian and Milesplit.com.
In 2010 I contributed spring training reports & other stories to to Project Prospect, a website devoted to scouting and prospect analysis. I have covered baseball for the Worcester Telegram, Press of Atlantic City, and the The Binghamton Press & Bulletin. Also in 2010, I covered New Jersey high school sports for Ultimate Athlete Magazine. I reported on the Eastern League and MILB for Baseball Digest in 2011, providing prospect reports, profiles, and game coverage.
In 2011 I was named one of the Top Ten Women in Sports to Follow by espnW.
I've also authored two e-books of baseball fiction that are part of a series, with a third and final one planned late 2013. The first two books focused on a minor league team and reporter Lauren Day. 'The Beat: A Minor League Baseball Short Story' and the sequel, 'The Truth', can be found on Smashwords.com