I’ve been fortunate when it comes to sporting events. For someone who never went to more than a handful of games per year, my track record for excitement is notable, headlined by David Cone pitching a perfect game (something done only one 20 times since 1880) & the first game I ever attended featuring a one-handed pitcher named Jim Abbott… Read more →
If you’re looking for info on the Follow for Funds Campaign: @pjlynch raising $ for @DoubleHRanch, click here! I was a pretty fat kid. At least in middle school. My hemophilia was at its nastiest & I was taking steroids (or as I like to call them, performance enhancing drugs). On top of that I discovered how easily I could eat an entire bag… Read more →
In the summer of ’94 I went to my first sleep away camp. It would be one of the most pivotal experiences of my life. Though I honestly don’t remember how I felt leading up to it. I guess I was nervous. Probably excited. But I really have no recollection. It might be because I was 9. Perhaps because my… Read more →
You can follow Michael on Twitter or check out his site for Hemolog. For more on the Noah’s Arc Foundation, check out their amazing website here. The dude doing the thing I would never do. And here. You’re welcome. Confused? Listen to Ep. 14!