Born in inner-city Philadelphia, Timothy Malcolm is a lifelong Phillies fan who knows the ins and outs of Major League Baseball. He's served as a senior writer and editor at Phillies Nation, written stories for the Hardball Times, and has been featured on Mets Blog and Yahoo! Big League Stew. He's also hosted two baseball podcasts including the Phillies Nation Podcast.
In 2014, he embarked on a baseball road trip of his own, driving from Philadelphia to Denver and catching games in ten different major league ballparks. He stood on the grass at Wrigley Field, interviewed then-Pirates second baseman Neil Walker in the clubhouse, ate ballpark food, and talked to dozens of fans about their passion for the sport.
These days, Timothy lives in Houston, and when he's not eating his way through Space City, he's enjoying a cold beer, watching baseball, and looking for every opportunity to get out and stretch his legs. You might have also read his work in Backpacker, October, Paste, Chronogram, Hudson Valley Magazine, and Orange Magazine. Timothy is also the author of Moon Drive & Hike Appalachian Trail.