About DoubleDay Double Talk


About Doubleday Double Talk

Doubleday Double Talk is the home of all the latest MLB News and is the best place to come and meet all of your baseball needs. Daryll Dorman and Giuseppe Vitulli are here to bring you the absolute best baseball news across the MLB and would love for you to join them as they cover all of the latest trades, free agent signings, and notable player and team accomplishments around Major League Baseball, as well as full Hall of Fame coverage, Postseason coverage, and plenty of opinion pieces and rankings.

Doubleday Double Talk encourages you as the reader to not only read our articles, but to join the discussion and most importantly, have a great time. We pride ourselves in producing top of the line material and we look forward to having you join us as we embark on this journey across the MLB. Make sure to follow us to stay updated when new articles are posted. Thank You and God Bless!

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About the Writers

Giuseppe Vitulli

Giuseppe has loved baseball his entire thirteen years of life. He is a big Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim fan and has 7 jerseys for every day of the week to prove it. This past year he embarked on a journey to get authentic team gear from every MLB team.

He has also acquired a large number of player autographs, baseball cards, and other memorabilia through a voracious letter-writing campaign. He hopes to be the first Owner/General Manager/Announcer/Manager/Shortstop in MLB history and bring Daryll along for the ride. He is the oldest of 4 siblings residing with his parents in the Inland Empire of California. His favorite quote is from Rogers Hornsby who said “People ask me what I do in winter when there’s no baseball. I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.”



Daryll Dorman

For as long as he can remember, Daryll has loved the game of baseball. He grew up in the Central Valley of CA cheering for the Braves on TBS before moving to San Diego (taking his love for the Braves with him) for college when he became a Padres fan. He was also lucky enough to see Tony Gwynn before he retired.

Daryll would throw tennis balls at his wooden garage door and practice diving for imaginary baseballs while playing for the Pirates in tee ball. He was able to meet Terry Pendleton of the Braves (who played his position) when he was five years old. One of Daryll’s best memories from childhood was playing with his dad who was also his personal pitching coach.

As he grew up, baseball grew with him. He played baseball for the junior high school team, high school freshman, junior varsity, and even getting cut from the varsity team which was according to him “…one of the hardest days of my life.”

Later on, Daryll met his wife who is a die-hard Angels fan and a softball player herself. Daryll said that “…baseball bound us”. They now live in Eugene, Oregon where they go to many college football and volleyball events. Do not worry, him moving up North has only strengthened his love and passion for the great game of baseball.

His favorite quote is: “The one constant through all the years, Ray, has been baseball. America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It has been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt and erased again. But baseball has marked the time. This field, this game: it’s a part of our past, Ray. It reminds of us of all that once was good and it could be again. – Field of Dreams