David Matchett grew up in Lachine, Quebec and had his 6th birthday a month before the Montreal Expos played their first game. Some of his earliest memories are of sitting in Jarry Park with his father cheering on Rusty "Le Grand Orange" Staub and hoping to see a home run hit into the swimming pool just beyond the right field fence. David's fandom took off when Hall of Famers Andre Dawson and Gary Carter finally made the team a contender and he is one of the rare individuals who actually has fond memories of Montreal’s Olympic Stadium. David earned a degree in finance and later moved to Toronto to pursue his career, arriving the same day that the Blue Jays acquired Dave Winfield for their World Series run in 1992 and he remains a die-hard Jays fan. David has been a member of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) for 20 years, serving on the board of the Toronto Hanlan's Point chapter since 2005. He is a Certified Financial Planner and is the Vice President of Training and Practice Management for one of the world's largest financial institutions. He lives in downtown Toronto, a 15-minute walk from Rogers Centre, and when he isn't watching a game or doing research he enjoys travel, movies and taking in all of Toronto's cultural activities with his friends.