"Dan Schlossberg is an outstanding writer and speaker with a
marvelous sense of humor and an outstanding command of his
- Rabbi Gloria Rubin, Temple Beth Ahm Religious School, Springfield,
"Dan Schlossberg is a talented and dedicated writer who brings a
passion for baseball and an enthusiasm and professionalism to all his
- Jerry Kavanagh, New York Bureau Chief, Street & Smith's Sports
"Dan has proven himself over and over again to be a superior writer."
- Roger Marsh, former acquisitions editor, Publications International,
"Never have I had any reservations about giving Mr. Schlossberg an
assignment. In every instance, even on short notice and under
extreme pressure, he has been able to meet his deadlines. A talented
writer, Dan also exhibits the traits of dedication and dependability. He
would be a welcome addition as a contributor to any publication."
- Steve Ciaciarelli, former editor, Baseball Illustrated,
Sterling/MacFadden magazines, NY
"...it was always a comfort knowing Dan Schlossberg was assigned to
write player biographies for an important trading card product.
Knowing we had similar (AP) wire-service backgrounds, I felt assured
his work would be often-changing deadlines with insightful copy."
- Chris Dahl, Brown Bear Media, New Haven, CT
"Dan's writing skills and knowledge are key assets that we rely on in
producing our publication. I find him to be thorough in preparation,
timely in delivery, and very dutiful in returning a quality product."
- Russ Holster, former baseball editor, Petersen's Sports Annual, Los
Copyright 2019, Dan Schlossberg. All rights reserved.
Enjoyed your lively chat regarding humor in baseball. It was great
meeting you this afternoon in Fort Lee. I sat in the front row with my
favorite anecdote was when Yogi Berra deliberated about the number of
slices of pizza he could consume from his pre-ordered personal pie.
Upon my arrival, I introduced myself to you as a Communications
(TV/Radio) grad of Ithaca College & mentioned I met Professor Arnold at
the Carrier Dome when I was working as a bench assistant for NBC
Sports' NCAA Basketball coverage. I also related growing up within
walking distance of Shea Stadium & meeting Tom Seaver in the winter of
1969 while he was signing autographs in the Mets clubhouse only in his
underwear; preceding Jim Palmer 's commercial breakout into men’s
briefs by at least five years.
I am looking forward to the new Al Clark book and excited to hear it has
potentially to be adapted to the big screen. Hollywood, here you come.
Thanks for sharing some of your amazing stories with us as well as
kindly taking the time to speak with me prior to the start of the event."
- Merrill Kass
"...such an upbeat, friendly radio voice...should have been a baseball
- Sharon Rooney, Rooney Public Relations, Windsor, CA
Baseball" was accessible to even us know patrons were pleased.
Again, my sincere appreciation for your contribution to our library.
May The Right Team Win The Series!"
Fort Lee NJ Public Library