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PinstripedBible.com offers daily New York Yankees analysis and commentary. Its staff consists of (click each name to send an email):

Steven Goldman, editor
Steven Goldman is the creator of the Pinstriped Bible (lauded by Sports Illustrated as "an essential online baseball destination"), which has been around for so long that it was a blog before "blog" came into common usage. Steven is the author of Forging Genius, about the professional education of the Hall of Fame manager Casey Stengel, the editor and a co-author of the Baseball Prospectus books Mind Game and It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over, and the last five editions of the New York Times-bestselling Baseball Prospectus Annual. He also contributed to Baseball Between the Numbers, recently listed as one of the "sixteen greatest baseball books" by the Huffington Post, and was a columnist for the now-defunct New York Sun. He also blogs about politics at his web site, wholesomereading.com, releases original songs at casualobservermusic.net, and has talked baseball on numerous television and radio shows. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and two children.

Jay Jaffe, assistant editor
Jay Jaffe is the founder of the nine-year-old Futility Infielder website (www.futilityinfielder.com), one of the oldest baseball blogs, and a senior columnist at Baseball Prospectus, where he writes the weekly Prospectus Hit List and Prospectus Hit and Run columns, and covers the annual Hall of Fame ballot. In recent years he’s contributed work to It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over, Mind Game, Will Carroll’s The Juice,Bombers Broadside, The Maple Street Press Dodger Annual, and Fantasy Baseball Index . Also, he once came in third in the famous Milwaukee Brewers sausage race.

Cliff Corcoran, assistant editor
Cliff Corcoran is a regular contributor to SI.com and the author of the weekly Awards Watch column there. He is also a regular contributor to, and former in-house editor of, the Baseball Prospectus annual and a co-author of the Baseball Prospectus books It Ain’t Over and Mind Game. He edited Howard Bryant’sJuicing the Game and Brad Snyder’s A Well-Paid Slave among others during his tenure with Viking and Penguin books, and joins the Pinstriped Bible after six years as the co-author of Alex Belth’s Bronx Banter, first at BaseballToaster.com and, for the last two seasons, at SNY. Prior to that, he blogged at Clifford’s Big Red Blog, wrote music criticism for Alternative Press and TrouserPress.com, among others, and was the lead singer of the greatest unsigned band of the new millennium. A third-generation Yankee fan, he lives with his wife in northern New Jersey where he is a stay-at-home dad to their infant daughter and agility border spaniel.

Stephani Bee, contributor
Stephani Bee is a writer and editor whose contributions usually come behind the scenes at Baseball Prospectus. A college senior, she will shortly be completing her undergraduate studies in speech and journalism and will begin graduate school shortly thereafter. She lives in the land of awesome year-round weather, Southern California.

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