Baker: In MLL Pick Your Spot…Carefully

March 24, 2015

In my last column I discussed how the foundation of Major League Lacrosse provided field players with the opportunity to play professionally after graduation.  The league is entering its fourteenth season despite naysayers predicting the dissolution every year.  Fourteen years may appear to be the miniscule compared to the history of the NFL, NBA, NHL, or MLB.  The MLL proves that it is the league that just will not fold….

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Baker: Journey Towards MLL

March 17, 2015

This is my first column about the MLL and since every journey starts with a single step it seems fitting to start at the beginning of the league. The league was founded by Jake Steinfeld, Dave Morrow, and Tim Robertson seemingly out of thin air and will power.  These gentlemen pulled together and even though it took three years before the first official season they never gave up and the…

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Hoffman Blog: Black Wolves Camp Opens with Intensity

November 19, 2014

Friday: It was Friday after lunch and I was ready to get out of work for the weekend.  Big plus, I get to play some lacrosse as the New England Black Wolves open training camp.  I made it down to Philly airport for an evening flight.  This time, it wasn’t quite the same. Instead of the normal 8-10 person Philly group, there were three of us. We chatted casually and…

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