Discover the Evolution of MLB Reports
MLB Reports was born January 11, 2011 and has been running for over 10 years. During this time, MLB Reports has undergone 3 logo changes. Its newest reincarnation was in September 2022, when the Founder of MLB Reports returned and took over the website.
The current “The Chosen Journey” logo is a merging of the website with the docuseries co-hosted by Steve Karsay and The Chosen Lawyer.
- The MLB Reports was founded in 2011 by Jonathan Hacohen.
- Soon After a meeting with the MLB Fancave guys on social media, Chuck Booth joined the team as the Lead Writer in Dec of 2011.
- Chuck Booth purchased the MLB Reports in 2012.
- Sully Baseball joined the MLB Reports as the Lead personality in 2013. Sully is a part owner of the website.
- Jonathan Hacohen took over MLB Reports in September 2022 and now it is the official website for The Chosen Journey.
Over 2000 people have contributed on our website and we have blogged over 7000 posts now – and we are well into the Millions of views. Sully has the most posts in contributing over 1360 podcasts with us.
We love the history of the game, the lighter side of characters in baseball, and we are big on social media too!
Thanks to all that have found their way to our site.
Jonathan A. Hacohen
Jonathan aka “The Chosen Lawyer” was called to the Ontario Bar in 2002, graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2001 and completed his Bachelor of Business Administration at The Schulich School of Business (York University) in 1998.
When he is not in the office or in front of a computer, Jonathan can either be found in the gym, boxing ring, learning a new recipe in the kitchen or on a yoga mat. Jonathan has competed with UFE (Ultimate Fitness Events) and is a double medal winner in the physique category! Jonathan is also an avid animal lover and can usually be found with his trusted pal Ollie (Shih-tzu dog) by his side.
I am a Guinness Book of World Records Holder, for being the Fastest person ever to see all 30 MLB home ball parks in only 23 days! I did this from Apr.6-April.28th of 2012. I also set a record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks and watching 224 MLB Games in 2015.
I am also a baseball historian/author and have written a book on the traveling to all 30 MLB Parks, you can see a preview right here.
I have been to all 30 MLB Parks 5 times in the last 7 years and also have been to all 50 USA States in the last 5 years. I have a strong knowledge on the travel industry and the 27 MLB Cities that have franchises.
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