Scott Neville

Scott Neville

Scott Neville is the publisher of Inside The Red Sox and Inside The Cardinals, as seen on Sports Illustrated. Before running his own sites, Neville attended Merrimack College, where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and Media with a minor in Marketing. Neville spent all four years with Merrimack's radio station WMCK, where he grew as a radio/podcast host and producer. His propensity for being in front of a microphone eventually expanded to film, where he produced multiple short films alongside his then-roommate and current co-worker Stephen Mottram. On a journey that began as a way to receive easy credits via film classes, he received a call from "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" star Charlie Day. Day advised him to make a feature-length film, which he completed his senior year. While writing the film, Neville completed an internship for United Way as part of their NFL Partnership Program. Neville ran the blog for a team of interns and hosted an internet show called "United Way's NFL Partnership Series" where he interviewed NFL alumni. After college Neville wrote for SB Nation's "Over The Monster," a Red Sox sister site of the flagship brand. His work would eventually lead him to a job as a content producer with NESN, where he would cover all sports. After developing as a writer with the top regional network in the world, he was given the opportunity to join FanNation and the Sports Illustrated Media Group as the publisher of "Inside The Red Sox." Now Neville is adding the New York market to his arsenal as well as Boston and St. Louis. Follow him on Twitter: @ScottNeville46 Email: nevilles@merrimack.edu

Braves Trade For Ex-Yankees Hurler To Bolster Bullpen Depth For Playoff Run
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Braves Trade For Ex-Yankees Hurler To Bolster Bullpen Depth For Playoff Run

The Atlanta Braves traded for former New York Yankees right-hander Ben Heller to add depth to their bullpen.

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Phillies Sign Ex-Yankees Hurler To Add Depth For Potential Playoff Run
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Phillies Sign Ex-Yankees Hurler To Add Depth For Potential Playoff Run

A former member of the New York Yankees has signed a minor-league deal with the Philadelphia Phillies to aid their struggling bullpen.

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