Field of 3s is a sports blog where we offer a new way for fans to read up on the latest sports news with our comedic but also serious takes. On this sports blog you can visit five different sports sections as well as find links to our YouTube channel and card sales!
Field of 3s is our take on the sports world around us. We enjoy the funny and weird side of sports. We three grew up in Seattle and have lived through every kind of sport scenario you can think of. We've seen an NBA franchise leave, an MLB team be really good and then really bad for a very, very long time, and we've had a Super Bowl Champion. We always try to put a hilarious spin on sports, all while giving the interesting facts.
Our YouTube channel will offer everything from podcasts to our original sketches, video game streams, drone videos, and GoPro action films.
Field of 3s got its name from the movie Field of Dreams, but we replaced Dreams with 3s because there's 3 of us who run the site and there are so many 3 references in sports.
All three of us have collected sports cards since we were young lads. We have compiled so many cards it's time to sell so we can narrow down our personal collections. We are always open to trades. More info can be found on our twitter page (https://twitter.com/Fieldof3sCards).
Thanks for reading and we hope you enjoy everything that Field of 3s has to offer!
Meet Our Team
Grayson is from the greater Seattle area, now living in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Growing up as a very big Seattle Mariners fan, he mainly follows baseball. Grayson is currently attending Spokane Falls Community College. Known in some circles as Jibbley, he is currently trying to collect an autographed baseball card of every player and manager to put on the Mariners uniform.
Alex has grown up a life long lover of Seattle sports. He is currently attending Green River College where he plays basketball. Alex has somewhat of a man crush on Giancarlo Stanton and Ben Simmons. He enjoys camping and anything that has to do with a camera. Alex is taller than Steph Curry. Alex attended Washington State University for a year before returning home to play basketball again.
Riley grew up in Kent, WA as a Seattle sports fan. He recently finished up his journalism degree from Eastern Washington University. Currently searching for his first big sports writing gig. Riley's first word was the first name of a future Hall of Fame designated hitter.