Bryan Kilpatrick


Bryan began blogging in 2009 for SB Nation’s Colorado Rockies blog Purple Row, specializing in retro pieces, opposing team previews, and hastily thrown together game recaps – all of which are heavily laced with jokes that only he would understand. During his time at Purple Row, Bryan has had the pleasure of being a guest on several radio shows – in Denver and elsewhere. One of the highlights of his young career was the opportunity to interview baseball hall of famer Tony Gwynn. Bryan is an avid baseball fan, has a soft spot for heavy music, and is an aspiring beer connoisseur. He is currently attending the University of Utah in pursuit of a journalism degree, and lives in Sandy, UT with his wife, two Boston Terriers, and soon-to-be baby boy.


MLB players have forgotten how to hit

Pitchers around the league weren't feeling too charitable on Thursday.

Perfect game, double no-hitter broken up in 6th

Jon Lester's bid for history fell apart a half-inning after White Sox ace Chris Sale lost his own no-hitter.

Strasburg struggles, Prince finally goes yard

Stephen Strasburg hates Marlins Park, Prince Fielder ended a long homer-less streak and Mike Leake killed the Pirates with his bat and his arm.

Players react to Jackie Robinson Day

A roundup of Twitter reactions from players regarding Jackie Robinson Day.

Strasburg racks up Ks, Garcia out for season, more

Stephen Strasburg's strikeout game was on point Thursday. Meanwhile, one promising young White Sox player had a multi-homer game on the same day another found out that he'll miss the rest of the season.

Salazar's record-setting pitching line

Cleveland's second-year hurler did something on Thursday that hasn't been done in at least 100 years.

Brewers make 'Happy' music video

... and why wouldn't they be?

'DAMN IT, ASTROS' is back!

Love you, Astros.

Swallowed dip caused CarGo's early exit Wednesday

It's probably safe to add "heartburn" to the list of things Gonzalez was suffering from after the incident.

Duda gets crack at 1B for Mets

The Mets actually aren't in all that bad of shape at first base, but the way they've treated the position to begin the season would lead one to believe otherwise.

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