Daniel Barbarisi is a veteran journalist and author. Over 15 years in newspaper journalism at the Boston Globe, Providence Journal, and Wall Street Journal, Barbarisi has covered crime, politics, news, and ultimately sports, transitioning from covering Providence City Hall to covering the Boston Red Sox in 2008. He joined the staff of the Wall Street Journal in 2010, where he spent five years as the beat writer covering the New York Yankees. He left the WSJ at the end of 2015 to pursue book projects full-time. The native of Rye Brook, NY holds a bachelor's degree in history and political science from Tufts University, and a Master of Public Affairs degree from Brown University. He and his wife, Amalie Benjamin, live in Boston. 


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