Tim Scott: Main Editor, Majority Writer: Baseball/Basketball (Boston Red Sox/Boston Celtics) RBB Reporter

Tim Sorota: Majority Writer: Football (New England Patriots) RBB Reporter

Tyler Murry: Majority Writer: Hockey (Boston Bruins) RBB Reporter

Taylor Snyder: Majority Writer: Boston Rug Burn Ball League (BRBBL) RBB Reporter

Shane Godek: General Writer (Focuses On: Soccer, Football, Baseball) RBB Reporter

Matt Stolbof: General Writer (Focuses On: Basketball, Baseball)  RBB Reporter

Dennis Begley: General Writer (Focuses On: Wrestling, Rug Burn Ball) RBB Reporter

Andrew Simmons: General Writer (Focuses on: Wrestling) RBB Reporter

James Conway: General Writer (Focuses on: NCAA Football) RBB Reporter

Zach Weiss: General Writer (Focuses on: Football, Basketball) RBB Reporter

Cameron Merritt: General Writer (Focuses on: Little League) RBB Reporter

Landon Komishane: General Writer (Focuses on: PGA Tour/Tennis) RBB Reporter

Matthew Tonis: General Writer (Focuses On: Soccer) RBB Reporter

Jackson Gorgas: General Writer (Focuses on: College Basketball) RBB Reporter

Josh Fyffe: General Writer (Focuses on: Football) RBB Reporter


Joshua Kummins (Focuses on: New England Baseball and Hockey East) Associate Editor, Boston Sports U18

Arthur Bailin (Focuses on: Rug Burn Ball, Baseball) Sports Writer, American News Source


Tanner Walters (Designer of Logo #1) Used from: August 10, 2011-Present

Kevin Linsey: Majority Writer (Hockey) June 20, 2011-July 27, 2011 (34 Days) Transferred to Atlanta Hot Spot 

***RBB Reporter: Means you went to Sports Broadcasting Camp 2011***


June 20, 2011: The Boston Hot Spot is founded, with Tim Scott and Kevin Linsey becoming the Charter writers. The first post (about the Red Sox 13-4 win over the Padres) is published by Scott.

June 21, 2011: Scott writes the first NBA post, regarding the 2011 NBA Drat. Linsey makes his Hot Spot debut, writing about the NHL Awards preview.

June 22, 2011: Scott publishes his first edition of the Hot Spot's MLB Power Rankings.

June 23, 2011: The Hot Spot runs live feed of the 2011 NBA Draft.

June 27, 2011: Tim Sorota becomes the third writer in Hot Spot history, publishing a post about the New York Yankees.

June 28, 2011: Shane Godek becomes the fourth writer in Hot Spot history, beginning his chronicles of the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup.

June 29, 2011: Scott writes the first NCAA-related post, regarding the South Carolina Gamecock's 2nd-straight College World Series triumph.

June 30, 2011: Taylor Snyder becomes the fifth writer in Hot Spot history, starting up the coverage of the 2011 Boston Rug Burn Ball League season.

July 10, 2011: Godek writes the Hot Spot's 50th post, writing about the USA Women's Soccer team's triumph over Brazil.

July 11, 2011: Sorota writes the first college football post, talking about how Mike Vrabel was hired by the Ohio State Buckeyes.

July 12, 2011: Sorota writes the first NFL post with his first-ever edition of the NFL Power Rankings. 

Linsey starts up a craze amongst the Hot Spot audience, by publishing his first set of Lists of 10.
July 15, 2011: Snyder publishes his controversial article about his Top 15 Rug Burn Ball Players.
July 17, 2011: Godek writes his recap of Team USA's shocking loss to Japan in the Women's World Cup finals.
July 21, 2011: Matt Stolbof becomes the sixth wirter in Hot Spot history, talking about how Kobe Bryant is thinking about playing in Turkey if the lockout is not finalized.
July 23, 2011: The Hot Spot puts up the Official Top 25 Boston Hot Spot Rug Burn Ball Players list.
July 24, 2011: Scott and Linsey start up the first Live Feed of a Red Sox game. 
July 27, 2011: Due to popular demand, Linsey ends his tenure at the Hot Spot by being transferred to the Atlanta Hot Spot.
July 30, 2011: Tyler MurryDennis Begley, and Andrew Simmons become the seventh, eighth, and ninth writers in Hot Spot history, becoming the Principal Hockey and General Writers, respectively. Murry wrote about how the Bruins should repeat as Stanley Cup champs, Begley analyzed Brick House Wrestling Clinic, and Simmons talked about the founding of WWE. 
August 1, 2011: Begley wrote the Hot Spot's 75th article, profiling who should be in the Rug Burn Ball Hall of Fame.
August 5, 2011: James Conway becomes the tenth writer in Hot Spot history, writing a piece about Ohio State's controversies. 
August 10, 2011: Tanner Walters's logo was selected as the new logo for the Boston Hot Spot.
August 11, 2011: Scott writes the Hot Spot's 100th post, recapping the Red Sox 5-2 loss to the Minnesota Twins.
August 19, 2011: Zach Weiss & Cameron Merritt become the eleventh and twelvth writers in Hot Spot history. Weiss previewed the AFC North division, and Merritt analyzed the Cumberland American (RI) Little League team.
August 20, 2011: Joshua Kummins becomes the thirteenth writer in Hot Spot history, contributing a piece about the Futures at Fenway matinee, an article he jointly published with his primary site, Also, Sorota wrote the site's 125th article, detailing his top 20 rivalry games in college football.
August 22, 2011: Landon Komishane becomes the fourteenth writer in Hot Spot history, previewing the 2011 US Open.
August 24, 2011: Matthew Tonis becomes the fifteenth writer in Hot Sport history, writing about the decline of the New England Revolution. Scott becomes the first writer in Hot Spot history to write over 60 posts, recapping a 13-2 Red Sox victory. 
August 28-30, 2011: The effects of Tropical Storm Irene leaves the Hot Spot powerless for 3 days, meaning no articles were published during this time period.
September 4, 2011: Scott writes the site's 150th post, recapping an 11-4 Red Sox loss to the Texas Rangers. Sorota becomes the second writer to write 20 posts (the other being Scott), talking about how the Patriots cut Brandon Meriweather, Brandon Tate, and SBC-favorite Sammy Morris.
September 10, 2011: Arthur Bailin becomes the sixteenth writer in Hot Spot history, writing a post about the state of Boston Rug Burn Ball. 
September 11, 2011: Josh Fyffe becomes the seventeenth writer in Hot Spot history, writing a post about the Washington Redskins' 28-14 win over the New York Giants. 
February 20, 2012: After a four-month hiatus, the Boston Hot Spot resumes operations. 

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