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You’re in for an exciting world of nonstop hockey talk, broken TV remotes, and a new Twitter meme for every day. Then you use this handy guide I’ve put together for dating fans of certain teams (not to be confused with this sorta-guide to dating the teams themselves), and then you invite me to your wedding. "One of my goals is to see the Cardinals play in every stadium," Maggie says.
"I like that we get to cheer for each other," she says. I'm dedicated to my Cardinals, but it's nice to have someone help cheer for my team, and then I can rally for his team, as well." Maggie is finishing up her Ph. at USC and plans to do management consulting in the health-care field, so it was also important for her to find a sports lover with an intellectual side and a lot of ambition.
(And, surprise, surprise, the New York Yankees badge is the most popular one on the site.) Right around the same time the MLB Singles page hit the web, so did Packers Backers, a site that aims to pair up Cheeseheads looking for love.
According to the home page, about 2,600 Packers fans have signed up, but the site didn't respond to requests for updated statistics or potential success stories.
Little did I know that he was going to end up being this amazing guy." (*The amazing guy, a 33-year-old who works in the Dodgers' front office, is a little wary of admitting to the guys that he went on Match.com, so for the sake of the story, he's "Dan" and she's "Maggie.") "He doesn't really want people at work knowing he was on the site," Maggie says, laughing.
"Some people in the office already give him a little grief for dating a Cardinals fan, but I think his friends are just happy he's with another baseball fan." Even though Dan works for the Dodgers, he's actually an A's and Giants fan, owing to his Bay Area roots.