J.P. Conway grew up rooting for the Dodgers as his father and grandfather had before him. However, he became a "fan free agent” when the O'Malley family sold the team in 1998, and the new ownership group traded homegrown All-Star catcher Mike Piazza. When JP moved to New England in 2000, he joined Red Sox Nation. But as he gets older, he realizes he likes the stories, pageantry, and heroes of baseball more than any one particular team. He lives in Nashville with his wife and 3 daughters (oldest in picture). He tries to turn off his MLB app when he's preaching at his church or teaching at Lipscomb University.