Mark grew up in Alexandria, VA as a die-hard Washington Senators fan. He now lives in CT where he cheers on the Nationals amongst the Yankee/Mets/Red Sox crazies. Mark is married and has three beautiful children and four adorable grand children.
Mark loves baseball’s rich history especially as reflected in its writings. He collects baseball memorabilia (including ticket stub to Game 7 of the 1924 World Series and stadium seat from Griffith Stadium) and baseball cards (focusing on T206, 1933 Goudey, 1955 Topps, and Perez-Steele HoF Post Cards).
Mark currently works as a Product Manager in the design and development of business intelligence software.
Jason Miller is an attorney in the New York City area and lives with his wife and daughter in Brooklyn. He has been a Mets fan since 1982. He’s attended baseball games at 14 different stadiums past and present, but is ashamed of the fact that for two years he lived just 12 miles from Anaheim Stadium and yet never made it to see the Angels.
Jason’s collection of baseball books includes lots of used paperbacks, a couple of first editions, and at least three copies of Ball Four.
Jason is a huge fan of baseball in general and writes about a number of topics over at his blog, Jason’s Baseball Blog. In addition, Jason is also a contributor to the fantasy sports blog for SBNation & FakeTeams.
Myka Diller’s job as a training coordinator for an association allows her to travel within her home state of Pennsylvania and throughout the country. Whenever a trip takes her near a ballpark, she’s sure to attend a game. Her definition of “near” is relative when the Atlanta Braves are the team in question as she’s been known to travel quite far to do the tomahawk chop!
Myka is married with two beautiful daughters. She is a huge fan of baseball history, especially the Deadball Era and earlier which she writes about on her blog Baseball Has Marked the Time.
Bill Miller writes a blog called The On Deck Circle, which features commentary and analysis on baseball issues, players, and teams both past and present. It also includes memories of sandlot ball, and classic baseball videos.
A baseball fan since 1974 when he first set foot in Shea Stadium, he is an avid collector of baseball cards, and has been an active member in the same fantasy baseball league since 1993. Bill is also a member of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA).
Born and raised in New England, Bill now calls Greenville, S.C. (home of Shoeless Joe Jackson) his home, along with his wife and two boys. Bill hopes that his seven-year old son develops better strike-zone judgment than Jeff Francoeur.