Joined 15 years ago from Janesville, WIs
I'm a 20-year newspaper veteran who took a leap of faith into full-time freelance sports writing in 2003 and to work on my book projects. I've written four books so far, "Cold Wars: 40+ Years of Packer-Viking Rivalry," "Great Moments in Wisconsin Sports," "Baseball in Beertown: America's Pastime in Milwaukee," and "Blood, Sweat and Cheers: Great Football Rivalries of the Big Ten." My personal Web site is www.toddmishler.com, where I have links to my Packers/NFL and Brewers/MLB blogs. I met my wife, Carol, while attending UW-Oshkosh and we've been hitched since 1983. We have two wonderful children, Trevor and Rachel. I enjoy walking/hiking, going to movies, eating at our favorite Mexican restaurant and hopefully those best-selling novels will come together some day!
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