Stephen Borelli

December 19, 2010 by  
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Stephen Borelli

Borelli’s Exhaustive Research Pays Off

While Mel Allen was the voice of the New York Yankees, Stephen Borelli has become the voice of Mel Allen.  No author has captured both the roots and tone of American baseball broadcaster great, Mel Allen than Borelli’s 2005 biography  How About That! – The Life of Mel Allen.

Borelli’s book is a Baseball PhD classic.  Most know Mel Allen once he made it big on the New York City stage, but this book also captures the beginning of Mel Allen’s career as he was born and raised in Alabama.  “Mel Allen loved Alabama despite the fact the he was a Jew from the South during an era when the Ku Klux Klan reigned,” said Ed Kasputis, Creative Director of Baseball PhD.  “Any baseball fan who reads this book for their love of the game will be one step closer to getting their PhD in life – through baseball.”

Stephen Borelli will be our guest on our next podcast featuring Mel Allen.  This podcast will be released on Friday, December 24th.  Borelli’s wisdom will be a great Christmas present for our listeners.

How About That! – The Life of Mel Allen

 

Mel Allen’s College Fight Song – Yea Alabama

Baseball PhD gets its U.S. Trademark

December 17, 2010 by  
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Baseball PhD gets its U.S. Trademark

Granted on November 23rd

It’s official.  The United States Patent and Trademark Office has approved our trademark application.  How about that!

Much thanks to Allmark Trademark who handled our legal work.  “John Russell and his top notch staff did a wonderful job in helping Baseball PhD register its trademark,” said Ed Kasputis, Creative Director of Baseball PhD.  “I would strongly recommend to any entrepreneur to use this intellectual property law firm.”

In the United States, a trademark which has been registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office uses the ® symbol. A business that does not actually register a trademark may instead use the common law designation “TM” in superscript next to the mark. Using the “TM” mark does not actually confer any legal rights in federal law, but it may nevertheless help a business acquire secondary meaning concerning a specific mark.

Our next podcast featuring baseball sportscaster great, Mel Allen will be released on Friday, December 24th.

Mel Allen Watching a Center Fielder Violate our new Trademark

Meet the Mertzes (& Mel Allen)

December 14, 2010 by  
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Rob Edelman

Rob Edelman – Film Commentator, Author & Yankees Fan

Our next podcast will feature baseball sportscaster great, Mel Allen.  This podcast will be released on Friday, December 24th.

One of the fascinating guests will be Rob Edelman.  Edelman is the author of Great Baseball Films and Baseball on the Web and Meet the Mertzes, a double biography of I Love Lucy’s Vivian Vance and fabled baseball fan William Frawley.  During our podcast you’ll learn the connection between William Frawley (Fred) and Mel Allen.

Meet the Mertzes

 

California Here We Come


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