You will find all links my written journalism work below, broken down by publication.
- The Forgotten Story of Joe DiMaggio and the San Francisco Seals
- Remembering Sadaharu Oh, Japan’s Home Run King
- MLB in Europe? London in the Frame as Baseball Expands its Horizons
- New York’s Chewing Tobacco Ban Shows Dipping is Yesterday’s Pastime
- On the Other Hand: Is Switch-hitting a Dying Art in Sport?
- The Religious Sect That Became Baseball’s Answer to the Harlem Globetrotters
MLB.com is the official website of Major League Baseball, followed by more than 20 million people across social media. In June 2019, prior to the MLB London Series between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, MLB.com featured me in an article about Britain's most dedicated baseball fans. Click here to read the full article.
New York Post
A popular tabloid, the New York Post is ready by almost 250,000 people every day. In June 2019, Ken Davidoff, the paper's esteemed national baseball writer, profiled me in its pages:
Montreal Gazette and The Vancouver Sun
The Journal News is a newspaper serving the New York counties of Westchester, Rockland and Putnam, a region known as the Lower Hudson Valley. Lohud.com is the paper's digital arm, forming part of the USA Today Network. In January 2016, my association with a British New York Yankees fan group led to a ghostwriting opportunity on Lohud.com. Chad Jennings, the site's Yankees beat reporter, was very gracious in extending the opportunity, and I'm really proud of this collaboration. You can read my piece about the fan group here.
- Revealed: How the Tranmere Rovers story began
- Badge of honour - a detailed look at the history of Tranmere's club crest
- Tranmere in Europe: The exciting adventure that was the Anglo-Italian Cup
The Wirral Globe is a local newspaper covering Merseyside, particularly the Wirral peninsula, my home borough. It has a weekly circulation exceeding 100,000 readers. Details of my work with The Globe can be found below:
Society for American Baseball Research (SABR)
In 2013, I won the British Baseball Writing Award as the top performing journalist in that genre throughout the United Kingdom. My award-winning entry, reminiscing about playing baseball on a Wirral council estate as a kid, pretending to be Manny Ramirez, was published in This Diamond Isle, a journal endorsed by the Society for American Baseball Research. Download a free copy of This Diamond Isle here.
- Does shifting ruin our enjoyment of baseball?
- Manny Ramirez and the player-coach conundrum
- The 15 most underpaid players in baseball
- Anthony Rizzo, baseball's next great superstar
- MLB Trade Deadline: Top 5 candidates with predictions
- Boston Red Sox: Deadline deals transformed offence
- MLB: Predicting who will win each division
- MLB: 5 tasks the new commissioner should prioritise
- New York Yankees fighting hard to send Jeter to playoffs
These Football Times
- The Rapid Decline of the Once-Great Poacher Mateja Kežman
- The in-depth history of Ajax and Barcelona's unique relationship
- The European Obsession of Galatasaray
- Juventus, Calciopoli, and a Year in Serie B
- Can a Dutch Club Win the Champions League Again?
- José Mourinho: The Porto Years
The Mind Map
- How PSV will overcome growing pains
- PSV & Philips, a unique history
- A tribute to Arjen Robben
- 10 things which must happen for PSV to win the Eredivisie
- PSV must replace van Bommel and Strootman in summer
- Cocu & PSV learning from Hiddink
- Red Bull Salzburg and the blueprint for beating Ajax
- What's behind the PSV revival?
- Samba stars: The Brazilian soul of PSV
- PSV fans protest after six barren years
- A PSV fan's perspective of Memphis Depay
- Inspired Oranje destroy Spain
- Kuyt key to Oranje success
- By keeping Depay, PSV could be great again
- The rise of PEC Zwolle, from liquidation to Europe in 25 years
- PSV season preview: Time to deliver
- Exclusive interview with Adriaan Visser, PEC Zwolle chairman
- An ode to Mark van Bommel
- PSV primed for 41st straight season in Europe
- From hopefuls to heroes: The evolution of Cocu's PSV
- Why Dutch clubs sell their best players
- Can Moneyball work in football?
- From drought to glory: How PSV rebuilt an empire