Johnny Goodtimes – Philadelphia’s premiere quizmaster and only true man of leisure, Johnny Goodtimes has been a sports fan since birth, and jumped on the Philly sports bandwagon when he arrived in this city in 2001. (Not a violation. He’s from Virginia, which has no pro sports teams.) He is a baseball fan, first and foremost, and most of his posts on the site are baseball related, though he coaches hoops in South Philly. He played basketball against Iverson in high school, met Joe Montana when working as a dolphin trainer in Hawaii, and a Kyle Korver led-team called “Vanilla Thunder” once finished last at his quizzo at Black Sheep (All true.) So Goodtimes obviously has some pretty good credentials.
Michael Lalli – Born in the suburbs in the summer of ’81; approximately 9 months after the Phillies won their first World Series Championship (Way to parlay the win into some action, Dad). Moved into Philly for college at Temple University where he minored in history before earning a Law degree. Lalli is an Eagles/Union and TU Football season ticket holder. Follow Michael on Twitter at mlalli01.
Arthur Etchells – Founded the successful Philadelphia restaurant and bar blog Foobooz.com. Prior to that he worked for several Internet companies that never amounted to much. At one of these Internet shutdowns he managed SportsSleuth.com, a site that aggregated local sports news primarily for displaced sports fans. The site doesn’t live on but Etchells’ passion for sports does. A sports history site makes sense because much of what Etchells’ remembers is history. Etchells has an unhealthy knowledge of early 1980s Houston Astros and Montreal Expos history.