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About Matt Tallarini

Matt Tallarini
Matthew (Matt) Tallarini is the Founder and Chief Correspondent for the World Baseball Network. Matt played semi-professional baseball with the Pelham Mets in Pelham, New York for four years, including the 2018 Semi Pro World Series. During the pandemic, Matt began engaging with international baseball, as a way to keep connected to the sport. Matt created the World Baseball Network and its signature website, WorldBaseball.com as a way to promote and inform similar likeminded fans about the players, teams and leagues innovating the sport of baseball and feeding into Major League Baseball (MLB). As a result of Matt’s efforts, World Baseball Network is now the benchmark standard for international baseball coverage, including MLB, MiLB, NCAA, Korea, Japan, Caribbean, Baseball United, WBC, WBSC and more. In a short time, Matt has interviewed a who’s who of global baseball legends and coaches. These include: Former Yankee closer Hall of Famer Mariano Rivera; Hall of Famer Trevor Hoffman; former Yankee Luis Sojo veteran of four Yankee World series teams; Mickey Callaway former MLB manager; Paul Mainieri LSU National Championship coach; Eric Holtz manager Team Israel of the 2020 Olympics; Ian Kinsler former MLB player and now Israel national team player; Harold Ramirez of the Tampa Bay Rays formerly with the Indians and Cubs; Joey Meneses of the Washington Nationals; and Mike Cameron current USA Baseball advisor former-MLB outfielder. Matt Tallarini is 2015 graduate of Mitchell College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and a 2022 graduate of Iona University with a Masters in Finance. Since its inception, Matt has been the Chief Correspondent for World Baseball Network. Matt has interviewed and interacted with many international players and coaches including former Yankee closer Hall of Famer Mariano Rivera, Hall of Famer Trevor Hoffman, former Yankee Luis Sojo veteran of four Yankee World series teams, Mickey Callaway former MLB manager, Paul Mainieri LSU National Championship coach, Eric Holtz manager Team Israel of the 2020 Olympics, Ian Kinsler former MLB player and now Israel national team player, Harold Ramirez of the Tampa Bay Rays formerly with the Indians and Cubs, Joey Meneses of the Washington Nationals, Mike Cameron current USA Baseball advisor former-MLB outfielder. Matthew is 2015 graduate of Mitchell College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and a 2022 graduate of Iona University with a Masters in Finance.

Posts by Matt Tallarini

MLB

LA Dodgers Call Up Cuban Utility Player Miguel Vargas

James Outman #33, Miguel Vargas #27 and Teoscar Hernández #37 of the Los Angeles Dodgers […]

  May 18th, 2024
MLB

Tallarini’s Takes – MLB Transactions, May 17

Amir Garrett #22 of the Kansas City Royals. (Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn/Minnesota Twins/Getty Images) This […]

  May 18th, 2024
MLB

MLB Announces Partnership With Roku TV for Sunday Broadcasts

Image courtesy of MLB.com Major League Baseball announced a new live game streaming partnership for […]

  May 16th, 2024
Japan, South Korea

Japan – South Korea Dream Players Game Set For July 22

Kyuji Fujikawa #21 of the Texas Rangers throws. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) The Dream […]

  May 16th, 2024
Europe

RECAP: 2024 Baseball European Champions Cup Day 1

Baseball European Champions Cup logo The VOITH Heidenheim Heidekoepfe and the Guggenberger Legionäre Regensburg from […]

  May 16th, 2024
MLB

Tallarini’s Takes – MLB Transactions, May 15

Jose Butto #70 of the New York Mets pitches. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images) This […]

  May 16th, 2024
WBSC

Panama Announces Jose Mayorga As Team Manager For Premier 12

Jose Mayorga manager of Federales de Chiriquí of Panama reacts. (Photo by Luis Gutierrez /Norte […]

  May 15th, 2024
WBSC

2024 Baseball European Champions Cup Preview & Schedule

Image via WSBC Europe Baseball X The World Baseball Softball Confederation Europe sector will host […]

  May 14th, 2024
MLB

Tallarini’s Takes: MLB Transactions, May 13

A’s designated hitter Khris Davis (2) rounds the bases. (Photo By Carlos Avila Gonzalez/The San […]

  May 13th, 2024
Liga Mexicana de Beisbol

Sixteen-Year-Old RHP Prospect Roberto Salas Makes Debut

Sixteen-year-old Diablos Rojos del México right-handed pitcher prospect Roberto Salas made his professional debut on […]

  May 10th, 2024
MLB

Tallarini’s Takes: MLB Transaction List, May 9

Aaron Sanchez pitches. (Melissa Renwick/Toronto Star via Getty Images) This biweekly column is your passport […]

  May 10th, 2024
MLB

Tallarini’s Takes: MLB Transaction List, May 7

This biweekly column is your passport to the world of baseball. It includes everything you […]

  May 7th, 2024