He began his sports broadcasting career in Sherman, Texas, at the CBS affiliate KXII. One of his first assignments was covering the Dallas Stars run at the Stanley Cup Championship. His next stop was at CW33 where he was a TV sports anchor and reporter. During that time M-Rod covered the rise of the Dallas Mavericks and the fall of the Cowboys triplets.
After a two year stint in Philadelphia as the host of Comcast Sportsnet’s “Sportrise” , Mike returned to Dallas to began his sports talk radio career as a member of the 1080 KRLD sports team. M-Rod spent four seasons as the featured locker room reporter and post game analyst on “Rangers Replay”.
In 2008, he was hired as one of the original on-air talk show hosts and personalities for the newly created 105.3 The Fan.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Mike is proud to call Texas his new home. In his free time this former Temple University college baseball player still has an opportunity to take the field as a member of the Dallas Men’s Senior Baseball League.
You can follow M-Rod’s sports updates and opinions on Twitter @mrodsports
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