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Nick Singleton

Nick Singleton

Nick has been engulfed in the sports industry since a young child. As a natural athlete, Nick played baseball and ice hockey through high school,and continues to stay involved with sports and the outdoors in his free time

 

A resident of Chicago, Illinois, he is an avid fan of the New York Mets and New York Giants. Nick has a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Ramapo College and currently works for the Chicago Tribune.

Troy Hudson

on Wednesday, 29 September 2010. Posted in Interviews, Nick Singleton


Despite going undrafted, Hudson received a well-earned spot on the Utah Jazz roster in 1998, which lasted only two months. While playing for the Orlando Magic, Hudson developed into an important role player, averaging 12 points and 3 assists, while appearing in 81 games. His most productive seasons came with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Averaging a career-best 14.2 points and 5.7 assists in 2002-03, Hudson led the Timberwolves into the NBA playoffs and received the nickname "Laker Killer" for his outstanding postseason play against the Los Angeles Lakers.

 

The Red Sox Have A Promising Future In Kolbrin Vitek

Written by Nick Singleton on Monday, 01 November 2010. Posted in In the Minors, Nick Singleton

Kolbrin Vitek Speaks with Nick Singleton

With their highest pick in seven years, the Boston Red Sox selected infielder Kolbrin Vitek with the 20th overall pick in June’s first-year player draft. The second baseman excelled during his junior season at Ball State, hitting .361 with 20 doubles, 17 home runs, 68 RBIs, 16 stolen bases and an OPS of 1.136. Vitek was named Mid-American Conference Player of the Year, and also took home Louisville Slugger First Team All-American honors.

 

Discussing The Top Prospects with Jonathan Mayo

on Sunday, 27 February 2011. Posted in In the Minors

Last year, a wave of top prospects made their way into Major League Baseball with a huge splash. When rookie phenom Stephen Strasberg threw 14 strikeouts in his Major League debut, 20-year-old Jason Heyward had already hit 10 home runs and been named Rookie of the Month twice. And who can forget about rookie catcher Buster Posey leading the San Francisco Giants to a World Series title? While the 2010 season was certainly an engaging year for young athletes around the Majors, which prospects will be the cream of the crop in 2011? I talked with MLB.com Senior Writer Jonathan Mayo about this year’s prized prospects.