JoeSportsFan.com is an independent sports humor publication that was founded in St. Louis, MO by Josh Bacott in 2004.
Since then, it has grown from a one-man operation to an industry leader in online sports humor. Like a majority of their readers, the JoeSportsFan team grew up as die hard sports fans, but recognized the immense entertainment value existing within the athletes, owners, and even the fans themselves. JoeSportsFan.com shares that perspective with its readers five days a week, during all sports seasons throughout the year.
JoeSportsFanSTL.com was established in January 2010 to merge the comedic style of JoeSportsFan’s chief personalities (Matt Sebek and Josh Bacott), with their affinity for the St. Louis sports landscape.
To read more about the weekly JoeSportsFan St. Louis web show, click here.
Matt Sebek is a professional software engineer that manages JoeSportsFan.com, an online sports humor publication.
In addition to writing, Sebek hosts the weekly “JoeSportsFan Podcast” – which features a round table comprised of prominent sports bloggers from across the country. The show resides on iTunes’ Top 100 list for amateur sports podcasts.
Sebek is an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan and has a self-proclaimed obsession with Kelly Kapowski, orange Tic-Tacs and everything “Seinfeld”.
Josh Bacott is the founder of JoeSportsFan.com and once was the lowest paid person on the cover of Parade Magazine’s “What They Earn Edition” as a “sports blogger”.
Bacott co-hosts the weekly “JoeSportsFan Podcast” – which features a round table comprised of prominent sports bloggers from across the country. The show resides on iTunes’ Top 100 list for amateur sports podcasts.
Bacott’s persistence in watching all things Cardinals and Mizzou Tigers on TV has been referred to by some psychologists as “mildly disturbing