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.


Jeter struggles, Correa shines

While a shortstop in the twilight of his career struggled Thursday, another at the beginning of his career flashed some talent in a big way.

Will Sizemore push Bradley to the minors?

What would Grady Sizemore earning the starting center field job for the Red Sox say about Jackie Bradley Jr.?

Verlander makes spring training debut

A couple of high-profile aces looked sharp in Florida on Tuesday.

Iditarod 2014: Ruby to Galena

This 50-mile stretch on the Yukon is expected to be smooth and pleasant compared to what the mushers have dealt with over the past few days.

King on top of Iditarod

Jeff King took a risk that not many mushers have been willing to take to get to the top of the 2014 Iditarod on Thursday.

Frank Jobe passes away

Jobe's groundbreaking medical discovery in 1974 forever changed baseball.

Spring training: Tanaka, Phillips and scores

Masahiro Tanaka pitched, Brandon Phillips spoke and baseball was played.

Uribe, Cuddyer likely candidates for regression

Uribe and Cuddyer were both really old and really good in 2013. It's highly possible that those two guys will boast only one of those characteristics when 2014 all said and done.

How good can the Phillies be?

With a healthy Cole Hamels, what are the chances of a return to success for the Phillies this season?

Masterson considering short-term extension, more

Justin Masterson apparently wants to stay in Cleveland badly enough that he'll willingly take fewer years -- and possibly less money -- than he'd get on the open market. Also, two players will have their seasons cut short due to upcoming surgeries.

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