Hi. I’m Joe. I’m a writer. This is JoeBlogs. It’s free!

Those words, “I’m a writer,” feel a bit boastful to me, even after 30-plus years of writing for a living. But I guess there’s really no denying it at this point. I’ve written six books — the last a 2.7-pound beast (and surprise New York Times Bestseller!) called The Baseball 100 — and millions of other words in places like Sports Illustrated, The Kansas City Star, NBC Sports, The Athletic, etc. And you should see some of the texts I write.

The other two words — “It’s free” — has been rated “mostly true” by various truth-o-meters. There is a paid option to get everything I write. I hope you will want that. But signing up is absolutely free, and I write free posts all the time. You can sign up right here!

I do some other things besides write. You might have seen or heard me on any number of talk shows. I have consulted on some movies and TV shows. I have co-created various projects designed simply to make the world a better place such as Tip Your Cap, First Woman Voter and Honor Your Hometown — combined those three have topped more than a billion media and social media impressions.

And I also co-host The PosCast, a podcast where Michael Schur — a comedy writer and showrunner who you probably know as “Mose” from The Office — and I mostly argue about fruit pie and lament the Yankees’ inevitability.

Here’s a photo of Mike and me and some other guy named Nick or something at Wrigley Field.

JoeBlogs is basically an open door into my mind.

Everything spills out here, most of it revolving around baseball, but there’s also some football stuff, some tennis stuff, some golf stuff, basketball, music, travel, movies, Olympics, Buck O’Neil memories, infomercials, family, complaints about people backing into parking spots, science, hockey, chess, magic, Billy Joel loathing, soccer, pretty much anything and everything except politics, which we try to avoid even if not everybody believes that.

What I can promise you are words. Lots of words. I do tend to go overboard on words — such as the 60,000-or-so word baseball preview I did leading into the 2022 season. As I write this About section, I’m hard at work on my next big project “Ten Who Missed,” a companion to The Baseball 100, which will feature, yes, ten players who just missed.

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