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About Fun While It Lasted:
Every post and anecdote is wedded to a piece of rare menorabilia, many of which are available in our store at any given moment. We shipped more than 1,500 pieces to collectors and fans in 2013 and we hope our ever expanding galleries become a definitive resource for them.
About Andy Crossley:
Andy Crossley curates Fun While It Lasted.
He lives in Massachusetts. He has also worked in various front offices in independent baseball, Women’s Professional Soccer, the United Soccer Leagues, and worked in the 1996 Olympic Games.
During those years he lost Jose Canseco’s uniform in a coin-op laundromat, got tossed out of the Moscow apartment building of the 1996 Olympic silver medalist in rhythmic gymnastics, testified in grand larceny proceedings against his boss and was married on a pitcher’s mound in the presence of friends, family and season ticket holders.
His teams’ promotional and customer service adventures have been profiled in The New York Times, USA Today, The Boston Globe, National Public Radio and The NBC Nightly News among other outlets. Fun While It Lasted has been cited by The Times, the BBC and ESPN for coverage of the minor league sports industry.
This will be the only portion of the blog where he refers to himself in the third person.