I Knew Moose

I knew Moose. Bill “Moose” Skowron who is well-known for his playing days with Mantle and Maris with the New York Yankees, and he also played for the Chicago White Sox in his 14-year Major League career. I met Moose when I worked as the White Sox radio pre/post game show host in 2005. He…

Smiling About It

I always enjoy visiting the opposing team’s clubhouse. If you spend all your time in the home clubhouse, then you are not getting the complete story. Before Wednesday night’s game, I visited the Yankees clubhouse for several reasons. I wanted to get as much information about Yu Darvish as I possibly can. After all, the…

Winding Down

This is one of the toughest times of the day. Winding down. It’s 11:37 at night. The radio postgame show ended on ESPN Dallas 103.3 FM at 10:57:15 inside the Captain Morgan Club at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. I’m wide awake. Sportscasting is an adrenaline rush. It’s a high. And, it takes a while to…

A Trip to Broadcaster Hell

I re-visited Broadcaster Hell on Wednesday. It’s been a while since my last visit there. You may know of your own version of the place I am about to describe, but Broadcaster Hell by name obviously sounds like a place you don’t want to be. I’m just grateful that my visit was in the recording…

The Passion

The Dallas-Fort Worth area is a baseball area. I would say it’s a baseball town, but you have to experience the area to know it’s not a town…it’s an area. A huge metroplex. There are five or six million people live here. Huge. And, it’s a baseball town. I mean, area. Why? When I arrived…