June 14, 2016: Dan Raley, Author/Writer, Boeing Magazine: How Seattle Became a Big-League Sports Town

by Gary Fast on June 14, 2016

Seattle native Dan Raley is an award-winning writer and the author of Tideflats to Tomorrow: The History of Seattle’s SoDo, Pitchers of Beer: The Story of the Seattle Rainiers, The Brandon Roy Story and How Seattle Became a Big-League Sports Town: From George Wilson to Russell Wilson. A graduate of Western Washington University, Raley currently is a magazine writer for Boeing after working as a news editor for MSN.com following newspaper writer/editor stints at the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, and Atlanta Journal-Constitution. His work has appeared in nearly every major newspaper in the country through New York Times syndication, plus he has written for Athlon college football and college basketball and NFL magazines, Golf Magazine, Golf World, Golf Journal, Travel and Leisure magazine, the Wall Street Journal, MSNBC.com, MLB.com and ESPN.com. Raley resides in the Cascade Mountains lowlands.

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