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Dave Anderson is one of America's most honored sportswriters. He covered the Brooklyn Dodgers for the Brooklyn Eagle, before moving to the New York Journal-American in 1955. In 1966 he began writing for The New York Times and was given his own column in 1971. He was the 1981 winner of the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary and the 1994 winner of the Associated Press Sports Editor (APSE) Red Smith Award for distinguished sports-column writing. He was inducted into the National Sports Writers and Sportscasters Hall of Fame in Salisbury, North Carolina, in 1990, joining three other former "Sports of The Times," columnists—Red Smith, Arthur Daley and John Kieran. In 2005, he received the Dick Schaap Award for Outstanding Journalism. He is the author of 22 books and has written more than 350 magazine articles. He resides in Tenafly, New Jersey, with his wife Maureen.