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Chris Lauderback


Columbus, OH

Member since 11 November 2006 | Blog

In the 11W game since November 2006, Chris has seen the site grow from the longer than necessary breast feeding years into the chill bro that you experience today. A lifelong Columbus resident, his love for Ohio State was instilled at an early age by a Pop that spoke of Ohio State football and basketball with a professor's insight creating a passion now channeled through our corner of the Buckeye blogosphere. Taking advantage of not knowingly having children, Chris spends too much time at the golf course, minor league baseball games and hitting concerts in between spending summers watching the New York Yankees.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: It's a tie. I'm a diehard Buckeye and Yankee fan so...
    1. Seeing Ohio State beat Miami for the one and only national title of my lifetime
    1A. Seeing the Yankees win the '96 series. It wasn't the first of my lifetime but the first since I began religiously following them in 1983 when Mattingly was called up for good from Columbus.
  • NFL TEAM: None.
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: None. But I do watch a lot of NBA.
  • MLB TEAM: New York Yankees

Recent Activity

Comment 24 Mar 2016

Hey Poco...

I had Lin Houston on my own excel sheet but he didn't make the final grid on the article because fell just shy of playing in 100 games (98) with 19 starts. Not bad for an 11th round pick (106th pick overall) of the 1944 Draft.

As for Mr. Bill Willis, I covered him when I hit the Defensive Linemen a few weeks back. Top of the list:

Thanks for reading/feedback!

Comment 10 Mar 2016

Yeah, if I do it, I will shrink down the pool presented in article format. I already researched all the player names and their years in the league. It's a huge list though there are tons of fringe dudes with careers that wouldn't warrant a mention. Not being familiar with all the old-timers, I still spend a ton of time researching/verifying that a name unfamiliar to me didn't have a productive 10-year career wayyyy back in the day.