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Welcome to the Curve front office staff page. To find out more about each front office staff member, as well as to e-mail a front office staffer, please click their name to reveal their bio and e-mail address.

Bob and Joan Lozinak
Managing Members

Bob-Joan Bob and Joan Lozinak, both Altoona natives who always had dreams of bringing professional baseball to their hometown were finally able to realize that dream in 1999. The original owners of the franchise from 1999-2001, Bob and Joan along with their three sons, Mike, David and Steve reacquired their hometown team on December 29, 2008.

The Lozinaks had visions of bringing professional baseball to Altoona in the late 1970s, but public opposition thwarted the idea. They then proceeded to buy the Triple-A Albuquerque Dukes from former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Peter O'Malley and over the next 20 years (1979-2000), the Dukes captured six Pacific Coast League titles and numerous awards for club operations. Lozinak is among only a handful of minor league baseball owners to have been awarded the prestigious John H. Johnson Trophy twice. The Johnson Trophy is awarded annually to the top franchise in Minor League Baseball in the U.S. and Canada. The Dukes were presented the honor in both 1984 and 1991. Additionally, Albuquerque also captured the Larry McPhail Trophy for the country's top promotional effort in 1987.

Lozinak sold the Dukes in 2000 so he could focus his efforts on his new franchise, the Altoona Curve.

After selling the Curve in 2002, the family purchased the West Tenn Diamond Jaxx, and would enjoy Double-A affiliations in the Southern League with both the Chicago Cubs and the Seattle Mariners before the team was sold in the early months of the 2008 season.

Bob was born in Altoona on June 4, 1937. His college education was interrupted by five years of service in the Army during the 1960's. Lozinak completed Officer Candidate's School in Lawton, Oklahoma and was honorably discharged as a 1st Lieutenant. Upon his discharge from the Army, Lozinak returned to finish his education at St. Francis College in Loretto, PA and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in History.

After college, Bob and Joan became McDonald's franchisees in 1969 and their role as an owner-operator continues with stores in Hartford County, Maryland.

Since the purchase of their first McDonalds franchise, Joan has been actively involved in many phases of the operation of the restaurant, whether it means balancing the restaurant budget or appearing at numerous functions within the community.

Joan, a graduate of Altoona Catholic High School, currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic High School in Altoona. She plays a role in long-term planning, policy development, financing, capital improvements, public relations and marketing, development and alumni relations, and budgetary management.

Joan has always been a participating member in the Catholic church serving as either a Eucharistic Minister or singing in the choir.

The couple can often be found somewhere inside Peoples Natural Gas Field on game days enjoying Curve baseball with fellow fans and enjoying the fun, affordable family atmosphere they always dreamed of providing through the game of baseball in their hometown.

David Lozinak
C.O.O.
E-mail David

Hometown: Churchville, MD
Years in MiLB: 18
Years in Curve, Pa.: Nine
College: Widener University

Favorite MLB Stadium: Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Go-To Karaoke Song: Not happening Can't Live Without: Mom's desserts

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
When I was working in Albuquerque, I went to the Dodgers/A's World Series in 1988 when Kirk Gibson hit the home run off of Dennis Eckersley

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
Almost always have pizza, but love the Curveburger and the cheesesteaks

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
Probably a vinyl record, and most likely a Beatles album

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
Get out of debt and maybe have a winter home
If you had to pick one current staff member to have been voted prom king or prom queen in high school, who would you pick and why?
Isaiah Arpino, never afraid to talk to anyone!!

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
Biology/chemistry, any of the sciences were tough

If I could be a fictional character, I would be…
Superman, be so cool to fly everywhere and be there fast!!

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
Pope John Paul II, Paul McCartney, Johnny Cash

My first car was a…
1967 Ford pickup, 3 speed on the column

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
Maybe something by Daughtry

Mike Lozinak
Chief Financial Officer

Sal Baglieri
Senior Advisor

Derek "D-Mar" Martin
General Manager
E-mail D-Mar

Hometown: Clarion, Pa.
Years in MiLB: Seven
Years in Curve, Pa.: Four
College: Slippery Rock University

Mary Lamb
Director of Finance
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Mary Lamb enters her sixth season as the Director of Finance with the Altoona Curve.

A native of Altoona, Mary was the Curve's Director of Finance during the franchise's first three seasons with the Lozinak's when the family first owned the franchise (1999-2001). She then held the same position with the West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx (2002-08).

In the offseason, Mary resides in Georgia with her husband, Wayne.

Donna Harpster
Administrative Assistant
E-mail Donna

Hometown: Altoona, Pa.
College: Penn State

Favorite MLB Stadium: Pittsburgh

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
The excitement of winning, and the people. Everyone is usually happy to be at the ballpark.

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
Curve Burger

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
Can't remember

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
Helping family members and helping those who need help.

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
Geography

If you had to pick one current staff member to have been voted prom king or prom queen in high school, who would you pick and why?
Adam Erickson because of his personality and willingness to help everyone.

If I could be a fictional character, I would be…
Belle

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
President Clinton, Eleanor Roosevelt and my dad

My first car was a…
Ford

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
"Happy"

Nate Bowen
Director of Group Sales | Radio Broadcaster
E-mail Nate

Hometown: Freemont, Ohio
Years in MiLB: Eight
Years in Curve, Pa.: Five
College: Baldwin-Wallace College Yellow Jackets

Favorite MLB Stadium: Yankee Stadium
Go-To Karaoke Song: All The Small Things - Blink 182
Can't Live Without: Meat, Cheese & Sports

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
We held a press conference in Northwest Arkansas to introduce former Pirate Jason Kendall who was attempting a comeback with the Kansas City Royals in 2012. He was just a down to earth guy and the press conference ended up being to announce his official retirement from baseball after appearing in a handful of games on the road.

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
It has to be the cheesesteak nothing beats meat and cheese.

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
Now that's What I Call Music 5 on cassette really makes me feel old that now they are on like Now 52

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
Buying a nice house and decking it out with an awesome entertainment room

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
Physics

If you had to pick one current staff member to have been voted prom king or prom queen in high school, who would you pick and why?
I would have to go with Mike Passanisi. I just can't see a man with such fashion sense not being voted prom king.

If I could be a fictional character, I would be…
The Green Lantern he can fly and create anything that he wants using his own imagination. The possibilities are endless.

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
Derek Jeter, Thomas Jefferson, Phil Knight

My first car was a…
1999 Ford Taurus with well over 230,000 miles on it

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
Trumpets -Jason Derulo

Jess Knott
Box Office Manager
E-mail Jess

Hometown: Altoona, Pa.
Years in MiLB: Three
Years in Curve, Pa.: Three
College: We Are...Penn State

Favorite MLB Stadium: Citizens Bank Park
Go-To Karaoke Song: Love on Top - Beyoncé
Can't Live Without: Sports, my dogs, family and friends

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
The Chicken Tender Basket is always my go to food.

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
Usher - Burn

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
Paying off all of my student loans.

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
Any science classes. So boring.

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
Michael Jordan, Steve Jobs, and Luke Bryan

My first car was a…
Blue 2002 Kia Sportage

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
Big Poppa - The Notorious B.I.G.

Ed Moffett
Ticket Sales Manager
E-mail Ed

Hometown: Bernville, Pa.
Years in MiLB: Fourth
Years in Curve, Pa.: First
College: Penn State University

Favorite MLB Stadium: Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Go-To Karaoke Song: "Cruise" by Florida Georgia Line
Can't Live Without: Sports & Pizza

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
Working the first-ever Phillies Futures Game that featured the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies against the top prospects from the Phillies minor league system.

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
Nickelback - Silver Side Up. No comment.

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
Build a big house in Myrtle Beach on the water, play golf and just enjoy life.

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
Math & Science

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
Derek Jeter, Michael Jordan and J.J. Watt

My first car was a…
2009 Pontiac G6

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
No Love by Eminem

Joel Fox
Ticket Sales Manager
E-mail Joel

Hometown: Clearfield, Pa.
Years in MiLB: Second
Years in Curve, Pa.: First
College: Penn State University

Favorite MLB Stadium:PNC Park
Go-To Karaoke Song: "Piano Man" - Billy Joel
Can't Live Without: Sports, music, Penn State football

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
Being at the 2013 NL Wild Card Game at PNC Park, Pirates vs Reds. Specifically when Johnny Cueto dropped the ball from the mound as the crowd mockingly chanted his name.

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
Nelly - Country Grammar

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
English

If I could be a fictional character, I would be…
Bugs Bunny

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
Kevin Hart, Jimmy Fallon, Jonah Hill

My first car was a…
2001 Chevy Cavalier

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
Good Life - Kanye West

Corey Homan
Director of Sales
E-mail Corey

Hometown: Centre Hall, Pa.
Years in MiLB: 10
Years in Curve, Pa.: Nine
College: Penn State University

Favorite MLB Stadium: PNC Park
Go-To Karaoke Song: American Pie - Don McLean
Can't Live Without: It would be Pizza

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
Riding out on to the field on a tricycle as Vance Legstrong to throw out a first pitch and portraying a Wookie and throwing out a first pitch. It all happened in Curve, PA. Favorite memory watching a game was the 2014 Pirate's Exhibition Game. Standing all night for a baseball game is rare.

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
Curveburgers until I run out of change and then the chicken cheesesteak.

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
Probably something from Alabama. The band not the state.

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
I'll quit, make sure my family is set financially, pave the driveway to camp, buy season tickets and never leave my green table.

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
Algebra

If I could be a fictional character, I would be…
Indiana Jones

If you had to pick one current staff member to have been voted prom king or prom queen in high school, who would you pick and why?
Adam Erikson. He can talk himself into anything.

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
Larry, Moe and Curly. Or Jack Nicholson, Robin Williams and Ernest Hemmingway

My first car was a…
My first car was a 1983 Ford Mustang that looked like the Chevy Capri

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
Thunderstruck - ACDC

Adam Erikson
Director of Business Development/On-Field Host
E-mail Adam

Hometown: Altoona, Pa.
Years in MiLB: Seven
Years in Curve, Pa.: Seven
College: Central Penn College

Favorite MLB Stadium: Olympic Stadium in Montreal (past) | Nationals Park (present)
Go-To Karaoke Song: I don't subject others to the excruciating sounds of my singing.
Can't Live Without: Sports, especially football weekends…oh yeah, and my family too!

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
Sitting in the stands at Three Rivers Stadium for the '94 MLB All Star Game.

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
Anything with nacho cheese!

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
I'm old school. Started with a vinyl copy of Abacab by Genesis.

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
I'd spread the wealth but save enough to travel and golf. Maybe I'd break 100 then.

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
Can't pick just one. I still have dreams I'm back in school and it's time for a test…and I didn't study for this one either.

If you had to pick one current staff member to have been voted prom king or prom queen in high school, who would you pick and why?
Corey "Rusty" Homan. He was a charmer in high school!

If I could be a fictional character, I would be…
Detective Frank Drebin from Police Squad and the Naked Gun movies. Anyone remember the baseball game scene?

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
I don't drink tea and I'm not sure what crumpets are…but if we're doing the British thing… I'd like to have a pint with Benny Hill.

My first car was a…
1981 Dodge Ram 50 pickup truck. I kept a key to my truck for 25 years after I sold it. If I ever saw it, I was gonna take it for a spin…not steal it…just take it for a ride, for old time sake…then bring it back!

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
If I'm batting at PNG Field, my team is in big trouble! Anything grunge.

Jade Giantini
Manager of Partnership Services
E-mail Jade


Bio coming soon.

Trey Wilson
Director of Communications & Broadcasting | Radio Broadcaster
E-mail Trey

Hometown: Portsmouth, Va.
Years in MiLB: Seventh
Years in Curve, Pa.: Third
College: Bluefield College

Favorite MLB Stadium: PNC Park in Pittsburgh
Go-To Karaoke Song: "Your Man" by Josh Turner
Can't Live Without: Cook-Out, music and baseball

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
Calling the Curve's comeback from down seven runs to beat Bowie in the Eastern League playoffs in 2015

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
Curve Burgers

The first CD (or cassette tape...) I ever purchased was...
Most likely a couple of Tim McGraw cassettes in the mid-90s

The subject I was most awful in during high school was...
Anything that involved math

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Bob Feller. What's a crumpet?

My first car was a...
1995 Chevrolet Silverado

If I'm pitching at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
Metallica - Enter Sandman

Max Gun
Communications & Broadcasting Assistant | Radio Broadcaster
E-mail Max

Hometown: West Bloomfield, Mich.
Years in MiLB: Second
Years in Curve, Pa.: First
College: Michigan State

Favorite MLB Stadium: Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles
Go-To Karaoke Song: "Help!" by The Beatles
Can't Live Without:Baseball, good food (where can I get sushi in Central PA?) and traveling

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
Calling the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes 16-inning walk-off win in game one of the playoffs in 2016

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
Habanero Burgers

The first CD (or cassette tape...) I ever purchased was...
Ricky Martin's first CD in 1999. Don't think I've listened to it since

The subject I was most awful in during high school was...
Anything with numbers. So math?

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
Michael Jackson, Ernie Harwell, and Larry David

My first car was a...
2009 Subaru Forester

If I'm pitching at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
Machine Head - Bush

Emily Rosencrants
Director of Community Relations
E-mail Emily

Hometown: Spring Lake, Mich.
Years in MiLB: Four
Years in Curve, Pa.: Four
College: Fire Up Chips (Central Michigan)

Favorite MLB Stadium: Comerica Park
Go-To Karaoke Song: Love on Top- Beyonce Can't Live Without: Burritos

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
Personally, I remember having wiffleball homerun derbies with my brother in our yard where we would try and launch homeruns over the house when we were little. Usually a stray ball would hit a window and that would be the end of the game for the day. Professionally, I loved working the Eastern League All Star Game in 2014.

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
Loaded Chicken Cheesesteak from Kunzler Grill on Party Deck. So good!

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
'NSYNC's first album on cassette. Do you know where I can buy a converter?

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
Invest and then moving to somewhere warm.

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
Biology. I even took AP which was self-inflicted pain for a year.

If I could be a fictional character, I would be…
Agent Maria Hill from the Marvel Universe… I mean come on she flies the helicarrier.

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
Mariska Hargitay, Jimmy Fallon, and Dan Marino.

My first car was a…
1994 Pontiac Grand Prix, white with a rust accent. Could only open the passenger door from the inside and the turn signal would stick so I had to manually make it blink.

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
Bang Bang- Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Nikki Minaj. Editor's Note: This song was used by 2014 Curve IF Jarek Cunningham

Doug Mattern
Director of Ballpark Operations
E-mail Doug

Hometown: Altoona, Pa.
Years in MiLB: Seven
Years in Curve, Pa.: Seven

Favorite MLB Stadium: PNC Park

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
The 2014 Eastern League All-Star Stop

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
Meatball Sub

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
Seeing the world

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
Math

Chris Mason
Head Groundskeeper
E-mail Chris

Hometown: Eastlake, Ohio
Years in MLB/MiLB: Eighth
Years in Curve, Pa.: First
College: Lake Erie College

Glenn McComas
Director of Concessions
E-mail Glenn

Hometown: Forest Hill, Md.
Years in MiLB: Nine
Years in Curve, Pa.: Nine

Favorite MLB Stadium: Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Go-To Karaoke Song: That's Life - Frank Sinatra Can't Live Without: Music

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
I saw Tippy Martinez pick off the side!

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
The Curve Burger

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
Night Moves - Bob Seger

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
Travel the United States
If you had to pick one current staff member to have been voted prom king or prom queen in high school, who would you pick and why?
Passanisi

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
Math

If I could be a fictional character, I would be…
Superman

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
My Grandmother, Muhammad Ali and David Letterman

My first car was a…
1968 AMC Rambler

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
"Put Me In Coach" John Fogerty

Michelle Anna
Assistant Director of Concessions
E-mail Michelle

Hometown: Hastings, Pa.
Years in MiLB: 10
Years in Curve, Pa.: 10

Favorite MLB Stadium: PNC Park
Go-To Karaoke Song: Friends in Low Places - Garth Brooks
Can't Live Without: Sunshine!

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
Meeting various celebrities and athletes that have visited the Curve.

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
Hands down our chicken cheesesteak from the Kunzler Grill!

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
Journey

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
I would make sure my family is taken care of, buy a new house, and travel all the Islands of the Caribbean as often as I could!

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
GEOMETRY!!!!

If you had to pick one current staff member to have been voted prom king or prom queen in high school, who would you pick and why?
Mary (Lamb) our Director of Finance

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
My Mom, Baba, and my brother Barry

My first car was a…
Beretta 16.

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
SUMMERTIME - Kenny Chesney

Isaiah Arpino
Director of Promotions & Entertainment
E-mail Isaiah

Hometown: Altoona, Pa.
Years in MiLB: 11
Years in Curve, Pa.: 10
College: Kutztown University

Favorite MLB Stadium: Citizens Bank Park
Go-To Karaoke Song: Friends in Low Places - Garth Brooks (no brainer… I know what the people want and I'm willing to share)
Can't Live Without: Micron Pens, an eraser, and a Ticonderoga #2 pencil

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
Playing the back-end of a cow and being "milked" during a skit with my pal the Phillie Phanatic in front of 50,000 people.

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
Has to be the Curve Burger from the BBQ pit….I think they are cooked with a double dose of awesomeness and of course a pinch of love.

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
Brad Paisley- Time Well Wasted

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
Paying off my mountain of college debt… (stay in school kids, it's worth it)

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
Algebra. Letters are for spelling….not math.

If you had to pick one current staff member to have been voted prom king or prom queen in high school, who would you pick and why?
Mike Passanissi would most definitely be Prom King; how wouldn't he be with that awesome Chevy Blazer?

If I could be a fictional character, I would be…
Bart Simpson- He's been around of 26 years and has yet to grow up past the age of 10.

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
Robin Williams, Dr. Seuss, and Jim Henson

My first car was a…
2005 Jeep Liberty (and she still drives like a gem)

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
Photograph- Def Leopard (again, I know what the people want)

Mike Kessling
Marketing & Special Events Manager
E-mail Mike

Hometown: State College, Pa.
Years in MiLB: Three
Years in Curve, Pa.: Third

Favorite MLB Stadium: PNC Park in Pittsburgh
Go-To Karaoke Song: Kess doesn't do Karaoke

Can't Live Without: Music and Family

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
The trips to see the "Killer B's" in Pittsburgh with my parents in the early 90's

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
The Grilled Chicken Wrap

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
Green Jello's "Three Little Pigs" single on cassette

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
Building a house

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
Anything with math

If I could be a fictional character, I would be…
Superman, or Ash from Evil Dead

If you had to pick one current staff member to have been voted prom king or prom queen in high school, who would you pick and why?
Emily, mostly because that would be a crazy party.

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
Bob Dylan, Abraham Lincoln, and Fred Rogers

My first car was a…
2000 Olds Alero

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
Brock Lesnar's theme

 

Michelle Gravert
Director of Merchandise
E-mail Michelle

Hometown: Davenport, Ia.
Years in MiLB: Six
Years in Curve, Pa.: Second
College: St. Ambrose University

Favorite MLB Stadium: Wrigley Field
Go-To Karaoke Song: Shake it Off by Taylor Swift
Can't Live Without: Hair Ties and Chap-Stick

What is your favorite memory of working in or watching baseball?
My favorite memory working in baseball was watching a diving catch to save the no hitter.

What's your favorite food at the concession stand here in Curve, Pa.?
I don't know yet.

The first CD (or cassette tape…..) I ever purchased was…
Backstreet Boys

If you win the lottery, what are you doing with your winnings?
I would pay off my student loans so I can travel the world.

The subject I was most awful in high school was…
History

If I could be a fictional character, I would be…
Rachel Green

You can have tea and crumpets with three people (living or passed on). Who are they?
Mario Andretti, Joe Maddon, Mario Batali

My first car was a…
1997 Ford Taurus

If I'm batting at PNG Field, my walkout song is?
We're Gonna Find It Tonight by Chris Young