Let MLB expand to DFW, why not?

(This is my post from WFAA.com on July 15, 2015.) Prior to the Major League Baseball All-Star break, I was immersed in the fun of another Crosstown Classic. I was at Wrigley Field and watched the second game of a series between the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Cubs. With a game like this,…

A Passion for Storytelling

I’m grateful to have been given the opportunity to share my passion for storytelling on the Oral Fixation stage and in front of a sold-out audience of 224.  The event took place on Monday, January 27 at Hamon Hall in the Winspear Opera House.  Each of the stories read that night had a “Silver Lining”…

The Root of Winning

This past week included the three-year anniversary of the present era of Texas Rangers baseball. It was three years ago on July 9th of 2010 that the Rangers traded for left-handed starting pitcher Cliff Lee from the Seattle Mariners. It’s the era of believing the Rangers season should end with the World Series. I recall…

A World Series Walk

Before the Rangers began their series against the Cardinals in St. Louis, I sent Eric Nadel a text message of encouragement. “Have a good call tonight. I’m sure the memories are flooding your mind.” The longtime radio Voice of the Rangers replied, “Yeah. Different booth. Thank goodness.” I always enjoy a positive spin. For clarification,…

Play-by-Play of the recent Play-by-Play

Entering this season, I had broadcast approximately 50 games of play-by-play and color commentary in a major league broadcast booth. I was not scheduled for any games this season unlike the past two seasons. On Monday night, I was going about my business as the Rangers radio pre and post game show host. As usual,…