December 13, 2013
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About Vince CaramelaBy day, Vince Caramela conducts marketing research for a major consulting firm in Phoenix, Arizona. However, by night and (sometimes during the day), he fancies himself as an emerging baseball thinker and amateur screenwriter. As an Arizona transplant he does catch grief for being a lifelong Yankees fan but knows it would be foolish to expect any sympathy. In addition to The Hardball Times, he can be found lurking around the SBNation under the pseudonym “The Brain Part II” and on twitter @vincecaramela.
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