And we’re back…

Our apologies for the interruption.

Our apologies for the interruption. It’s still gonna be a little dusty around here while we sort through restoring old pages, pictures, settings, etc.

The inside scoop? It’s actually pretty mundane. Jordan from founded this site in January and solicited help on Brian Oliver’s, where I am a frequent troublemaker commenter. The idea of putting my money where my mouth was appealed to me then, and it still appeals to me, which is why I chose to assume full ownership of this site when Jordan decided he needed to devote all his time, energy and resources to his primary website.  I appreciate the chance he took on me, and was glad to serve as the Senior Editor/Writer for him.

Speaking of which, I also want to give a shout-out to our Foreign Correspondent, April Whitzman, who has her own site, too: She writes the lion’s share of the News & Notes, which gives me more time to write features like “Last Night In Woodbridge” and “Good, Bad, Interesting.” And of course, I can’t neglect my buddy Shawn, a.k.a. our guy in Hagerstown, who blogs about a wide variety of sports on his terrific blog Musings about Sports and other important items.

So bear with us while we try to get things back to normal. I’ll be making a trip to Vermont to catch a game on Monday night and hope to give you folks a glimpse at the future. And if anyone reading this happens be a regular there, or in Syracuse, or in Viera, or in Harrisburg, we’d love to hear from you; just drop a line to enfieldmass-natsprospects[at]yahoo[dot]com.

Author: Luke Erickson

Since 2009, Luke Erickson has been chief writer, editor, and bottle-washer of Potomac is his home base as a season-ticket holder, but he has visited every affiliate north of Florida at least once, with multiple trips to Hagerstown and Harrisburg.

2 thoughts on “And we’re back…”

  1. Sue,
    You should give a shoutout to Freda in Vermont. She reads the NFA and a request the might help. Maybe she can arrange an interview with some of the players; you could be a stringer for the WashPost!

    1. Maybe, but I left the newspapers because I had this thing about food. As in, I needed to be paid enough to be able to purchase it.

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