Bob is the Founder, Site Director and Senior Writer of Cleveland Sports Zone. He has been writing about sports for over nine years thanks to his passion for Cleveland sports and a Journalism degree. His work has been featured on Bleacher Report, CBS Sports, ESPN, USA Today and other major sports networks.
Dave is a long-time Cleveland sports fan who prides himself on bringing statistical analysis into his sports conversations. Co-host of the C-Town & Down Show on No Static Radio, he is well-versed in bringing sports conversations to his fans and audience via multiple platforms.
Sam has been actively involved in the writing community since 2008. After debuting on Bleacher Report, he has gone on to have his work referenced on sites such as NFL.com, ESPN, CBS Sports, Cleveland.com, Yahoo Sports, and many others. Sam became featured on Dawg Scooper, the Internet’s leading independent source for Cleveland Browns news, in 2010. With his departure, he took up the position of Director of Copy Editing with an upstart football company, National Football Authority. In NFA’s run of just over one year, the site generated millions of reads and featured interview’s with many of the NFL’s hottest stars. In the past, his work has generated thousands of reads.
Garrett graduated from Beachwood High School in 2008. He played 2 years of college baseball before injuring his shoulder and transferring to The Ohio State University. Garrett graduated in 2013 from Ohio State with a Bachelors in Sports Management. While in school he wrote for a website called collegesportsfeed.com about various topics within college sports. He is a passionate fan of all sports and turns everything into a healthy competition. Garrett is extremely passionate about his Cleveland teams and Buckeyes and is invested emotionally in all of them. Garrett expresses himself in a professional manner in his writing and will debate with anyone about sports topics.
Prior to joining Cleveland Sport Zone, Kevin got his debut writing for Buckeye State Sports in the world of journalism. He graduated from Bucknell University in 2010 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and currently works as a Transportation Engineer. Although never previously involved in the writing community, Kevin has always had a passion for his beloved Cleveland sports teams, and that passion drives him to write and express his opinions to his readers. After graduating from Bucknell, Kevin moved to Pittsburgh, Pa., to pursue his engineering career, but his roots remain in Cleveland. Born and raised in northeast Ohio, Kevin lives and breathes Cleveland sports. Living in the heart of Steeler country, Kevin is a member of the Pittsburgh Browns Backers and wears the brown and orange with pride. In joining Buckeye State Sports, he strives to share unique, positive views about the Browns, Cavaliers and Indians, unlike the views typical of most Cleveland sports media outlets.
Werner continues to submerse himself in the game he passionately loves; be it on the playing field, in the dugout coaching the next generation, or writing about it. After serving as a video scout/analyst for Baseball Info Solutions, he began writing at his original site, ReleasePoints.com. He’s since transitioned into his current niche, prospect analysis, at ProspectDigest.com. But the lure of Cleveland baseball, as it always does, brought him back to ItsPronouncedLajaway.com, an opportunity he’s incredibly thankful for. Werner has been fortunate — and incredibly blessed — to have some of his work published and mentioned by several major media outlets, including: ESPN, Cleveland.com and the Baseball Research Journal. On a more personal note, he enjoys the finest craft beers (and some of the not so finest), reading, working out, and donating his time with children from less than ideal backgrounds.