Amy K. Nelson is an award-winning journalist who covered major league baseball for ESPN.com and was part of the site’s Enterprise team. She also previously served as a moderator for ESPN’s First Take program and has appeared on SportsCenter, ESPNews, Baseball Tonight, and Outside The Lines. She recently left ESPN to launch an online television network for SB Nation, where she is currently a senior correspondent. The television network is scheduled to launch in March of 2013.
Born and raised on the north shore of Massachusetts and a graduate of Hampshire College, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in photojournalism, sociology, and psychology, she has written both investigative and long-form pieces. Her highlights include a piece on the timeline of death of Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart and a breaking news story and in-depth feature on Alex Rodriguez’s infamous cousin who allegedly provided him steroids. Nelson has been covering professional sports for 10 years.
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