About Me

Thanks for checking out my website! I’m a sportswriter based in Dallas, TX and I’m the author of Lessons from Legends: 12 Hall of Fame Coaches on Life, Leadership, and Leaving a Legacy. Currently, I’m the Senior Editor at Beckett Media. In my career I’ve interviewed hall of famers, Grammy and Emmy winners, world record holders, entrepreneurs, athletes, and adventurers. I grew up in Tyler, TX and attended the University of Oklahoma. My wife Samantha works for our church and our dogs June and Gertie do not have jobs.

In addition to writing Lessons from Legends, I am an experienced Senior Editor, interviewer, podcaster, blogger, Mailchimp expert, branded content creator, music writer, and one-time-viral Chris Pratt writer. I’m always available for freelance assignments, like this interview I did with Boyz II Men. For more info on my professional career, check out my LinkedIn page.


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  1. Dear Mr. Bedgood: In your article about years between world series wins you wrote, “Prior to the 1995 World Series, the last time the Indians won a pennant was in 1954. They were swept by the Yankees.” The Yankees were in the American League with the Indians (when there were only eight teams in each league, no wild cards, no division series, no championship series). The Indians won 114 games in the regular season, but didn’t win a game in the Series. The team that swept them was the New York Giants. That was the series of Wille Mays’ famous over-the-shoulder catch in the Polo Grounds. I loved it. I was a Brooklyn Dodger fan and always rooted for the National League team in the Series. Fortunately I have that one Brooklyn win in 1955 to cherish (damn Yankees). Best regards, Peter Reilley, Rome, NY

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