Board Vice President – Fred Day

Board Vice President – Fred Day


Fred has spent most of his life gripping a baseball but with little tangible success. When Fred was 10 years old, his father created a folder which he captioned, “Clippings of Fred’s Baseball Prowess.” To this day, the folder remains empty.

When it became clear that pursuing a career in baseball was not in the cards, Fred turned to writing about sports. He is currently at work on a book about baseball scouting and the first 50 years of major league baseball’s amateur player draft.

Fred is a graduate of Providence College (Providence, Rhode Island) and the George Washington University National Law Center. He previously worked as an attorney for the Federal Communications Commission and with the Washington, D.C. law firm of Keller and Heckman. Since 1995, Fred has operated a sole proprietorship law firm in Falls Church, Virginia, with particular focus on immigration law, wills, and trusts and estates.

Fred’s previous books include Of Mice and Miracles: An American Educator’s Story (2014), Dream Team: Saints and Gentle Souls from the World of Sports (2007), Clubhouse Lawyer: Law in the World of Sports (2004), and Regulation of Wireless Communications Systems (1997).