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6S1B Update

July and early August have been good to the Revolution. A win against the Galaxy, a draw in Philly, an undefeated (thus far) SuperLiga bid that has them bound for the tournament’s finals later this month. Throw in a solid Steve Ralston send-off and you have what makes for the best month for New England in 2010 so far, by far.

Unfortunately, 6S1B has been around to cover roughly none of it. Frankly, I’ve been completely exhausted by my current day job and when I have gotten the opportunity to write (which has been rare), it’s been about the Red Sox over at my personal blog. When 6S1B was at its peak, I was able to cover everything very quickly. Unfortunately, that was the product of the life of leisure afforded an unemployed undergrad.

Well, come September I will be a sometimes-employed grad student and aim to be back to it with the site. We’ll be back regardless, but as I’ve noted, I could really use some help to put the site over the top. So if you want to do some writing for us or if you know somebody who might like to, please, please feel invited to contact me at adamtvaccaro@gmail.com. If instead you’re just here to read, that’s great and I definitely appreciate it, but without help the site probably won’t be top notch. In such a case, it will probably be mostly opinion and columns with game stories mixed in, but we’ll deal with that when the time comes — I’m thinking out loud a bit.

In any case, the nature of this post is just to inform all of you that we’re not done and we will be back, and to ask you to stay tuned. We were doing very well for a while and we appreciate all of the support. Keep it coming in the next couple of months because we definitely plan to get back to it.

See you in the fall.


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No coverage tonight

Hey all —

6S1B is unfortunately unable to provide coverage for tonight’s match between the Revs and Real Salt Lake. Enjoy the match, and we’ll hopefully have a recap tomorrow. Apologies, and thanks for the continued support.


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I could use some help on account of the fact that I’ve taken on some real world responsibilities. Anyone out there interested in doing some writing? Beat, columns, it’s all good. I’m going to keep up, I promise you that, and we may have some very exciting news coming up. But I could still use some help. So…help?

Think about it! Contact me at adamtvaccaro@gmail.com

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Hey all:

I’ll still be writing and editing 6S1B over the next month, but I encourage you to head over to CSNNE.com’s World Cup coverage. I’m writing a daily wrap-up/preview for the site, and there are videos, interviews, and other content from all over the network’s vast reach. Check it out!

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According to the Revolution (who would know best), Steve Ralston will be re-donning his number 14 uniform. Sainey Nyassi will pick up number 17. No word yet on exactly how Ralston fits in — we don’t really have to worry, I suppose, for a few weeks — on the Revs’ current incarnation, but I doubt he’s coming back to ride the pine. The locker room presence angle is an important one, but I imagine he’ll see plenty of time on the field as well.

Sorry for so little coverage today (twenty hour work days warrant such acts, or lack thereof really, and it’s very tough to update a blog from a phone…) but we’ll have more on what this means for the Revs in the coming days. It might be World Cup season, but don’t stop coming by — we’ll have plenty of content during the season’s intermission.

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If you’ve enjoyed your time at Six States, One Blog since we took flight a couple of months ago, prove it by actively liking us on Facebook!

Click here to find our fan page on everybody’s favorite social media platform.

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We’re happy and grateful to see that we got a quick mention in Chris Faraone‘s write-up about Boston Sports Blogapalooza for the Boston Phoenix earlier this week.  I was happy to represent the blog at the networking event last week (put together by Boston Sports Then and Now‘s Joe Gill) and got a chance to meet Chris, who seemed like a pretty solid fellow.

In addition to his Phoenix duties, Chris is also conducting an interesting (and often quite humorous) experiment over at How I learned to stop worrying & love the Sox wherein he is attempting to become a Red Sox fan despite a long-term hatred of all things sport.

I digress.  Check out the article here.

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