Jason Varitek does not own, operate, sponsor, endorse nor authorize the content within this fan-site, and is therefore not responsible for its content.
Jason-Varitek.com is a fansite that was created by a fan, for fans. The purpose of this site is to provide the fans with the latest information on Mr. Varitek's career, his charity and community work and photographs. I am not affiliated with Mr. Varitek, or his management.
All images that appear on this site are copyrighted to their respective owners and Jason-Varitek.com claims no credit for them unless stated otherwise.
If you own the rights to any of these images or videos and do not wish them to appear on the site, please contact me and they will be promptly removed. All data is posted purely for educational non-commercial informational purposes and not in order to detract from the people who have copyrights. No copyright infringement intended.
Links from Jason-Varitek.com to other websites are provided only for the convenience of fans. Fans acknowledge and accept that such links do not constitute or imply any endorsement of such external websites, their sponsors, products, or services by Jason-Varitek.com, and that Jason-Varitek.com is not responsible or liable for any content, products,services, practices, materials or other information available on linked websites.
Mr. Varitek cannot be contacted through this site. When sending emails to the Webmaster, you are not sending emails to Mr. Varitek or anyone on his staff.
This site was designed in December, 2005 for me by my friend and web designer Sylvie Morin. All updates and additions are maintained by me. J-V.com has had over 482,000 *actual visitors (as of March 18, 2011, mostly returning readers) with many stopping by from as far away as England, Australia, Japan, Germany, South America and even Italy. December, 2008 saw the biggest visitor total for a one month period with 16,494 (despite what sites like quantcast.com claim, which are stat sites that downgrade your viewership based on whether you sign up with their company or not). *Actual "visitors" are those that spend a determined amount of time on the site (calculated by my site hosting company and google analytics) as opposed to simple "hits" that can be automatically generated by web robots, spiders, crawlers, etc...
Regular visitors (daily, weekly basis) make up almost three-quarters of that actual visitor total.
The site's MySpace page, created in November, 2006 has over 3,900 friends.
The content that you'll see on this site was collected by me as well as many fan-contributors.
Submissions of news, fan art, icons, photos, articles, etc. are always welcome and greatly appreciated! (full credit will be given for any contributions).
If you have any questions, comments or submissions, please feel free to contact me via email at:
Please do not send emails with questions or comments about Jason's personal life! They will not be answered. It is none of my business, and you shouldn't make it yours!
If you would like to write to Jason, send your letters to:
c/o The Boston Red Sox
4 Yawkey Way
Boston, MA 02215-3904
What is hotlinking and bandwidth theft?
Bandwidth theft or "hotlinking" is direct linking to a web site's files (images, video, etc.). An example would be using an <img> tag to display a JPEG image you found on someone else's web page so it will appear on your own site, eBay auction listing, weblog, forum message post, etc.
Bandwidth refers to the amount of data transferred from a web site to a user's computer. When you view a web page, you are using that site's bandwidth to display the files. Since web hosts charge based on the amount of data transferred, bandwidth is an issue. If a site is over its monthly bandwidth, it's billed for the extra data or taken offline.
A simple analogy for bandwidth theft: Imagine a random stranger plugging into your electrical outlets, using your electricity without your consent, and you paying for it.
Websites that offer free image hosting:
You are also welcome to simply copy and save any images on this site to your computer (under your documents, your photos or your computer files, for example). If you use the photos sent to me by fans to add to your own site, page or a messageboard, please be considerate and give credit to the fan that took the photograph and that was kind enough to share it here!