Eric Aron grew up a Mets fan in Rye, New York, and currently resides in Boston. Since moving to the Commonwealth, he has written baseball biographies (Bud Harrelson, Art Shamsky, Bob Uecker, among others) for the Society of American Baseball Research and for local film websites and publications. He holds a B.A. in history from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, and a Master's degree in public history/museum studies from Northeastern University in Boston. In addition to once living in a museum, he has interviewed a diverse group of personalities. This includes former Houston Astros manager Cecil Cooper, actor/director John Shea, ,aka Lex Luthor in the New Adventures of Superman, and Ken Burns' cinematographer Buddy Squires.. He laments the demise of scheduled Major League Baseball doubleheaders, but welcomes the return of Banner Day to Citifield.