Jeff Horrigan is one of the baseball writers for the Boston Herald.
A graduate of Northeastern University, Horrigan’s MLB beat career started in Cincinnati, where he covered the Reds for seven seasons with the Cincinnati Post.
In 2000, he joined the Boston Herald, where he is in his ninth season sharing the beat writer duties covering the Red Sox.
Horrigan is the Co-Founder and Director of the Hot Stove Cool Music concert series, which has raised over $2 million for The Foundation To Be Named Later – benefiting inner city and at risk children and the Jimmy Fund. He was named the Jimmy Fund Council’s Co-Man of the Year with Peter Gammons in 2005.
His work on the beat in the paper is solid, but Horrigan doesn’t do a whole lot of appearances on TV and Radio, and it was hard just to find a photo of the guy. The picture from the right is from an interview with Stacy and Lauren of foxxysports.com.