Red Sox reporter, UMass cheerleader Jenny Dell: photos and bio


From Hazel Mae to Heidi Watney to Jenny Dell, NESN sports reporters are exactly like Denver Broncos tailbacks. It doesn’t matter who leaves, they’ll just find another and just keep plugging ‘em in, and the results will always be there. Behold Jenny Dell the new presenter to Red Sox Nation.


Like I said before, Jenny Dell is a great follow on Twitter.

Here’s an excerpt from the Jenny Dell biography on her homepage:

Growing up in Connecticut with dreams of being a chef initially led Jenny Dell to amajor in hospitality and tourism Management at UMass Amherst. But due to her love of sports, she picked up another major in Sport Event Marketing during her sophomore year.

Jenny Dell started working for the UMass athletic department her junior year, where she helped out in the advancement office and assisted with the event planning for the football and basketball programs.



Paul M. Banks is CEO of The Sports, a Google News site generating millions of visitors. He also contributes regularly to MSN, Fox Sports , Chicago Now, Walter and Yardbarker

A Fulbright scholar, author and MBA, Banks has appeared on the History Channel, as well as Clear Channel, ESPN and CBS radio all over the world. President Barack Obama follows him on Twitter (@PaulMBanks)



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  3. You gotta love it all! Thank god for the beautiful things.


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