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About Us

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Our Mission

Here at MLB Marathon, our mission is to deliver behind the scenes access to exclusive interviews with MLB players and personnel through our weekly podcast. This allows our fans to connect with their favorite players, writers, and personnel on an off-the-field and more personal basis. We also look to produce content through articles on key free agent signings, blockbuster trades, and so much more. Eventually, we would like to be recognized as one of the more premier sports podcasting, and writing content outlets on the web. 

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Our Future

We will continue to sustain and accelerate our growth through social media interaction, attending events, and pushing content steadily. Our future is getting brighter each day, and we look forward to continuing our journey to a prosperous success. 


Follow all of our social media to keep up to date and to find out about upcoming giveaways:


Facebook: MLB Marathon

Twitter: @mlbmarathon

Instagram: @mlbmarathon



Meet our staff!

Here you can meet our MLB Marathon writers/staff!

Matt Fry, founder of MLB Marathon, is from New Jersey but now resides in Nashville, TN. He is attending a private university pursuing a Sports Marketing degree. With this, he would like to start a career in Major League Baseball. His passion for the game led him to creating a brand to keep fans up to date with baseball, and a podcast where he, and many of his writers, give their insight. 


Noah Yeckley,  co-founder of MLB Marathon, was born and raised in New Jersey and had the same passion for baseball similar to Matt which sparked the interest in MLB  Marathon. Noah currently resides in Tennessee and is pursuing a career in baseball. He is an avid Philadelphia Phillies fan, and adores Bryce Harper. Along with Co founding MLB Marathon, Noah is also the co-host/host of our weekly podcast, and our Public Relations Director.


Brandon Wilhoite, lead writer for MLB Marathon, is from Arizona, but now living in North Carolina with his wife and three kids. He studied economics and parlayed that into a career in financial technology, but his love for baseball and statistical analysis have led him to look for an outlet to share this passion with others.  


Brian Flinn, lead writer for MLB Marathon, proud husband and father to high school triplets. Lifelong baseball fan. Visited 29 different baseball stadiums and owns hundreds of thousands of baseball cards. Favorite team is the Oakland A's and favorite player is Rickey Henderson. He is a baseball purist and doesn't like shifts, analytics or new relievers facing every batter. He also writes for Sports Collectors Digest.


Matt Ehrhardt, (Podcast Host/Analyst), graduated with a finance degree and is currently looking to obtain his J.D. degree from New York Law School concentrating in contract/real estate law. In his free time Matt enjoys yelling about baseball, preaching about the holiness of IPAs, and sports betting his life away. 


Adam Cook, writer for MLB Marathon. A former actor and comedian, Adam now resides just south of Chattanooga, Tenn., where he works as a reporter and photographer for The Catoosa County News. Cook is an award-winning playwright and author, who in addition to being a lifelong baseball fan, also enjoys other sports, carpentry, theatre, and poker. 


J.T. Colapietro, podcaster for MLB Marathon. A Graduate out of Keystone College with a Bachelor's Degree in Sports and Recreation Management, from South Plainfield, New Jersey. Outside of MLB Marathon, he has his own Radio show and Podcast with WKCV. He also has done play by play broadcasting. He has been studying baseball for ten years. He has been to many rivalry games, inter-league games, and has worked for the Atlantic league Somerset Patriots. He is hardworking, dedicated, and is not afraid to give his opinion, which led him to wanting to share it with the world.


Brian Shone, writer and podcaster for MLB Marathon, is from Massachusetts and is a die hard Boston Red Sox fan. Brian is also a veteran of the United States Army and served our country well. Brian graduated from Framingham State University in Massachusetts. Along with the Red Sox, Brian has had a lifelong passion for baseball. 







Our content is so good, that even MLB OF Andrew McCutchen tips his hat to us!
Our content is so good, that even MLB OF Andrew McCutchen tips his hat to us!