Tom Caraccioli

Tom Caraccioli founded Lions Roar, LLC in February 2006. Mr. Caraccioli, a former network television public relations executive at NBC Universal/USA Network, has spent his career in the media and has worked on some of sports and entertainment’s most prestigious events including: The Masters®, Ryder Cup, U.S. Open Tennis Championships, 2004 Olympic Summer Games, French Open Tennis Championships, Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, American Film Institute Awards, Major League Baseball All-Star Game, American League Championship Series (Boston Red Sox), as well as PGA TOUR events and Eco Challenge Fiji.
Mr. Caraccioli is a two-time author of Boycott: Stolen Dreams of the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games (New Chapter Press, May 2008) and regional bestseller Striking Silver: The Untold Story of America’s Forgotten Hockey Team (Sports Publishing, LLC, Jan. 2006). He is a former managing editor of custom publishing at Professional Sports Publications and has worked in the Boston Red Sox organization, as the director of sports information at Merrimack College, and has been published in dozens of national magazines.
Mr. Caraccioli has made national television appearances on Fox News, ESPN2 and CSTV, as well as regional appearances on Madison Square Garden Network, ABC 5, NBC 7, CBS 4, CN8-TV, New England Sports Network, Comcast SportsNet, Comcast Newsmakers/CNN Headline News and NECN. Mr. Caraccioli has been quoted in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA TODAY, Associated Press, and dozens of other major news outlets including radio and internet podcasts.

Mr. Caraccioli also volunteers time to Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis and Education and co-chaired the annual benefit/gala fundraiser. He serves Oswego State University as a mentor in his alma mater’s ASK program. His wife, Mary Caraccioli, is the Emmy Award-winning television host and executive producer.

Book Reviews by Tom Caraccioli

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“. . . two boys who grew up loving baseball, learned to play it in the country, and perfected in the bright lights of Manhattan and San Francisco.”

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“Mr. Wendel engagingly presents the facts of what was a game-changing year in American history for baseball, . . .”

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“One on One has a payoff on every page. Any sports fan will have a hard time putting this book down.

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“Harvey Araton writes as if he is reliving his youth in the days when fans young and old lived and breathed New York Knicks basketball—the days when the garden was indeed Eden.”

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“This is where Ross E. Goldstein’s story comes to life: as he puts the reader smack in the middle of the world of professional cycling. Mr.

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“Shawn Green takes us through the mental process with the singular clarity that once allowed him to go 6x6 with four home runs in one game. Though retired for nearly four years, Mr.

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". . . religion of baseball and its origins are spelled out as meticulously in Mr. Thorn’s book as the Holy Bible spells out the story of Eden . . ."

 

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The cover of Mike Vaccaro’s The First Fall Classic is a sepia-toned photograph of 1912 World Series combatants “Smokey” Joe Wood of the Boston Red Sox and Jeff Tesreau of the New York Gian

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Kevin Walsh is a scratch golfer and a television journalist working in Boston.

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Author Rus Bradburd loves the English language.