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    Matt Nadel Lands Interview with Milwaukee Brewers Owner

    You may know Matt Nadel as Baseball with Matt here on More Than a Fan, but he’s also doing great things at his personal blog of the same name. More Than a Fan is lucky to have Matt as part of our family, and his latest project is another huge reason why. Matt had a chance […]

    You may know Matt Nadel as Baseball with Matt here on More Than a Fan, but he’s also doing great things at his personal blog of the same name. More Than a Fan is lucky to have Matt as part of our family, and his latest project is another huge reason why.

    Matt had a chance to speak to Milwaukee Brewers owner Mark Attanasio for over an hour and did a great job writing up his interview. Below is an excerpt from the beginning of his post.

    I have yet another interview for you! This time, it is with Milwaukee Brewers owner, Mark Attanasio! He was a really interesting guy and a fun person to interview. We spoke for over an hour!! And the Brewers happen to be my favorite National League team!! Anyway, in case you didn’t know much about him, here’s a little bio on Mark:

    Attanasio, a Bronx, New York native from the ’50s, is a Los Angles-based investment manager. In September 2004, he reached a deal to buy the Milwaukee Brewers from the Selig family. The deal was approved by MLB at the winter meetings on January 13, 2005. He graduated from Brown University in 1979. In 1982, he graduated from Columbia Law School. He founded Crescent Capital Partners in 1991 which is now part of TCW. In 2001, Attanasio became part of the board of directors at the company, Global Crossing. He also has his own bobblehead! Well, that’s basically all you need to know about him before the interview, so let’s get right to the interview.

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    Josh was born in Cleveland, lives in Medina, and talks too much. Publisher of the More Than a Fan Digital Network and Host of the More Than a Fan Podcast, he's basically lucky to still be married.

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