John Frascella

John Frascella, a.k.a. "JFro," is the author of "Theo-logy: How a Boy Wonder Led the Red Sox to the Promised Land." It's the first full-length book about the life and professional career of Theo Epstein, the general manager of the Boston Red Sox. "Theo-logy" was released on April 1, 2009, and can be ordered on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Borders online, as well as many other websites. It's available in Barnes and Noble stores throughout the country, too. Prior to writing the book, JFro was the lead sports columnist for the University of Connecticut's newspaper, The Daily Campus. His articles have appeared on Yahoo Sports, NBA.com, Sporting News online, Rotowire.com, and CBS College Sports. Questions about the book, or anything else sports? Don't hesitate to send me a FanMail, or shoot me a direct e-mail to john.frascella@gmail.com.

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  • 07:16 PM ET  11.18
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Who knew that Jamal Crawford would make this much of a difference?I loved Jamal during his days with my lowly New York Knicks, but I didn't think he'd be the one to put this particular Hawks' unit over the top. Sure it's early in the regular season, but heading into tonight's action Atlanta is atop the Eastern Conference standings. Good for them, and passionate head coach Mike Woodson. He doesn't strike me as much of an X's and O's guy, but he brings energy, enthusiasm, and an especially positive attitude. I pegged the Hawks as a playoff team in my preseason predictions, but I felt they…
  • 02:05 PM ET  11.04
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Game 4 was an instant classic, and Game 5 got preeetty interesting near the end, so it's a tough act to follow for Game 6. With the New York Yankees leading 3-2 in their heart-pounding series with the Philadelphia Phillies, it's Old vs. Older on the mound tonight: Andy Pettitte for the Yanks, and Pedro Martinez for the Phils. While both hurlers failed to impress me with their "stuff" during the regular season (though their numbers were more than acceptable), I must admit that I've been pleasantly surprised by their collective success in the postseason. Both Pettitte and Pedro had excellent…
  • 01:55 AM ET  11.02
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What a ballgame tonight. Here I am, a Mets fan with considerable disdain for both the Phillies and Yankees, and yet I was sitting at the edge of my friend's couch, hanging on every single pitch. I had chills running up my spine to the back of my neck on several occasions. World Series Game 4 represented everything we love about baseball. Everything that drew us to the greatest game in the world as kids; everything that keeps us connected to America's Pastime, decades and decades later. There were a number of clutch performances, and a handful of classic, timeless moments. I'll start with…

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