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Marc Normandin

Baseball Editor and Contributor

I got my start writing about baseball for an audience with the founding of Beyond the Box Score back in 2005, and have spent the subsequent years writing about the game for Baseball Prospectus, ESPN, and Sports Illustrated among others. I was also the video game editor at Blast Magazine for a few years; sadly, my experience seeing cosplay at gaming conventions won't help me as much here at SB Nation as we all wish it would. I'm currently co-managing SB Nation's Red Sox blog Over the Monster and writing for Sports on Earth, in addition to writing and editing for SB Nation's MLB hub.

MOST RECENT POSTS

The Blue Jays started losing at the wrong time

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Losing is never a good thing, but Toronto picked the wrong moment to slip in the standings.

Pedro says Clemens and Bonds belong in the Hall

Psst. He's right.

MLB
1

Werner out; Manfred still one vote shy of commish

He'll likely get his vote in a later round, so we probably know who the next commish is already.

Watch the Phanatic play banjo with his butt

The real banjo player plays behind his back, but the true master uses his butt.

Indians use tarp as Slip'N Slide during rain delay

When does a Slip'N Slide of this size go to retail?

The 1994 strike cost us a terrible playoff team

It can never be forgiven for this transgression.

Reddick fields baseball, forgets how to throw it

You can do this, Josh, we've seen you do it before.

MLB
9

Trout turned 23 and is still younger than everyone

Unless that prospect is Julio Urias, but how long do you want our headlines to be?

You must eat this 18-inch, cheese-filled corndog

Can a $25 corndog be a bargain? Marc Normandin traveled to Arizona to sample the cheese-filled, 3,000-calorie D-Bat Dog in all its delicious, gloopy glory.

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