Mike Bacsik, a Dallas native and former big league pitcher for the Indians, Mets, Rangers, and Nationals has been in the Dallas/Ft. Worth sports radio market since 2008. As Mike’s baseball career was coming to a close in 2008, 1310 sports hired him as a weekend & fill-in host. From 2009 to 2010 Mike was hired as the producer of “The Norm Hitzges Show” in Dallas.
Mike was hired at 105.3 “The Fan” in September of 2011 as the Texas Rangers insider. Performing in numerous ways at The Fan as a host after Rangers games on “The Unofficial Post Game Show” with The G-Bag Nation and filling-in on New-School, Elf & Slater, and The Ben & Skin Show when needed.
In 1996 Bacsik was drafted out of Duncanville High School by the Cleveland Indians in the 18th round. Mike decided to forgo his scholarship at Texas Tech University and start his professional baseball career. In 2001, Mike was named the Minor League Pitcher of the Year with the Cleveland Indians and made his major league debut against the Seattle Mariners. He was traded after the 2001 season to the New York Mets for 5 players. The Indians also threw in Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar to even out the trade. In 2004 Mike signed with his hometown team the Texas Rangers. Bacsik became the 1st son of a Texas Ranger to play for the Texas Rangers (Mike Bacsik Sr. 1975-77). Mike made it back to the Big Leagues in 2007 for the Washington Nationals. On August 7th, 2007 Mike went into the history books as Barry Bonds hit his 756th career homerun breaking Hank Aaron’s record.
Mike graduated The University of Texas at Arlington in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in University Studies. He is married to Susan Bacsik and they have 3 children, Mary Grace, Jake and Cal.
Going into All-Star weekend with the Dallas Mavericks 10 games above .500, are we now looking forward to a Playoff run, and possibly the first second round appearance since 2011?
As we were doing our G-Bag Nation show today, I notice right in front of me on The NFL Network set with Michael Irvin is Cal Ripken Jr.
The 1st day of radio row was everything I dreamed it would be.
Mark Cuban has attempted to lure in a number of big-time free agents without success. So how can the Mavs improve and escape this pattern of mediocrity? Mike Bacsik has a radical suggestion.
After finding out about Mike Bacsik’s Hot Tub Meat Party, Ben and Skin examine the circumstances in which 8 dudes would be crammed into a hot tub.
You can’t grade a draft the day after it’s over, but take a look back at the 2012 draft — which had a huge impact on last night’s 24-22 Eagles win.
The G-Bag Nation’s Mike Bacsik will be bringing you a video blog throughout the season breaking down the Mavs.
I hear Jerry Jones tell me every week that the NFL is a league of parity. Any team can win on any given Sunday, but the Cowboys can’t, not in 2013.
The Dallas Cowboys found another way to lose a football game. Hopefully I’ve planted the seed to a better football life for my 5-year-old son Jake.
What’s your favorite Thanksgiving side? Mine is dressing, but not cornbread dressing or white bread dressing. The best dressing you’ll ever eat is my Grandma’s.
Mike Bacsik shows off his Zumba skills. Watch the video here!
Daniels has won the fight and has complete control. Whatever happens in the next few years, he deserves all the credit or all the blame.