By day, Bus Saidt was an accountant for the city of Trenton, New Jersey; by night, he was a frustrated sports announcer. In 1964, at the age of 43, he embarked on a sportswriting career with the Trentonian. He moved over to the Trenton Times as their daily sports columnist in 1967 and went on to become a sports legend in Trenton.
Saidt was always a gentleman. He was dedicated, fair, respected, opinionated, honest, enthusiastic, and a lover of the game. Known as "the man from Trenton who never took a day off," he covered an average of 180 Phillies, Mets and Yankees games a season: all road games from Trenton.
Saidt liked his baseball "plain vanilla." He decried the lack of fundamental play, individualism, high-fives, over-enthusiastic field demonstrations, the designated hitter and team mascots. He had knowledge, contacts and style. Bus died April 8, 1989, at age 68.