Contributors



Michael Grace (@LowOutsideCurve

Editor in Chief

Michael is a graduate of the broadcasting and journalism school at Purdue University Calumet. He developed Low Outside Curve in the Spring of 2013 as a way to merge his love for writing and his obsession with the game of baseball. A sometimes reluctantly avid Cubs fan, Michael can be found at Wrigley Field, a local Northwest Indiana bar, or in a pool of his own tears following another standard Cubs loss. He claims the greatest game he ever witnessed in person was game five of the 2005 Northern League Championship Series.


Steffanie Paszko (@spaszko12) 

Staff Writer

Steffanie is from Saint John, Indiana. She is currently studying journalism at Purdue University Calumet and aspires to be a sports journalist. Baseball has been and will always be her one true love. She likes to spend as many summer nights as she can at Comiskey cheering on Gordon Beckham, Chris Sale, and the rest of the Chicago White Sox.


Jimmy Bobowski (@jimmyjamjimster) 

Staff Writer

Jimmy is from Griffith, Indiana, but is currently transplanted in Madison, Wisconsin. He graduated with a degree in sports marketing from Indiana University. Baseball has always been an interest to him, even if he didn't make it past five-year-old teeball. He states the greatest game he ever went to was the 2005 American League Championship Series game two. He clearly saw the ball hit the ground from the last row in the upper deck. He'll likely be found driving on I-90 between Wisconsin and Indiana.

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