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eTrueSports

"Dedicated to taking scraps of truth and turning them into absurdist nonsense."

eTrueSports.com is a daily Web publication offering objective (some might say satiric), reality-based (some might say spoofish) reporting and commentary on sports and the entertaining players, owners, fans, acolytes and buffoons who inhabit that world. Featuring incisive, strong-minded and witty writing from a team of award-winning journalists (some might say malcontents), powerful videos and surround-sound where available, eTrueSports promises no sincerity ever ... and delivers.

We Are:

Frank Coffey

Frank Coffey is the author of the critically praised humor books The Complete Idoit's Guide for Dumies (sic), The All Time Baseball Teams Book, and The Wit and Wisdom of George Steinbrenner, as well as grownup books like 60 Minutes: 25 Years of Television's Finest Hour.  He is the author of four novels, has written for television and movies, and been a book, newspaper and magazine editor. 
 
editor@eTrueSports.com


Ray Dougela

Raybird Design's clients have included ESPN, HBO, Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, ABC, Disney, Warner, Turner Entertainment, Bodacious Records and ... Jose Cuervo. Visit The Raybird Museum of Parodic Art at eTrueSports' Gallery.



Darryl Crum

Head-Digerati at
Sharkbyte Systems Engineering, Darryl Crum is our software engineer, webmaster and resident geek genius. He has developed content management systems for some of the largest, and some of the smallest, web sites in America.  A Silicon Valley expatriate and current resident of Los Angeles' South Bay, Darryl is a friend and fortunately for eTrueSports we don’t have to pay him all that much; the same may not be true for you.
 

 
Matt Murray
Matt Murray is a graphic designer with a strong background in fine art, including painting, photography and printmaking. A former Marine, Matt was president of H2M, a Los Angeles-based graphic arts firm, before relocating to Seattle where he continues his two-path track of fine art and design.
 
Senior Correspondent/Editor John Nelson is a free-lance writer and swami living in Buffalo, NY with his optimistic wife, PollySue. He reported from Johannesburg, South Africa on MLB umpire Jim Joyce refereeing at the World Cup and provided a controverisal defense of  a "misunderstood" Barry Bonds in a series of editorials. (Full disclosure: Nelson is collaborating with Bonds on The Power of Me, a self-importance how-to guide.) 


eTrueSports.com is represented by Ellen Goldsmith-Vein and Peter McHugh of The Gotham Group

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