I am multitasking way too much. I am writing this blog post as I log an interview with Rangers starting pitcher Yu Darvish following his first workout of the season in Arizona.
Here’s what’s on tap for the Fan Sports Show tonight (12/18) live from Quaker Steak and Lube in Carrollton:
Shopping is, without question, a sport. At least that’s what I told Tracy Kornet for the story she did Thursday night on CBS11.
Working women across America have had a major makeover in the last few years, changing jackets and pants for dresses and sweaters.
So the Mavs beat the Lakers in the season opener Tuesday night. Was it a trick or a treat you can come to expect from Dallas?
The TCU football team has impressed the heck out of me its first year in the Big 12. The team has been dealt blow after blow after blow, but has survived to post a 5-2 record.
Which loss on Monday was more disappointing: the Cowboys or the Rangers and why? Gina Miller (@thatsportsgirl) will read the best answers on the Fan Sports Show tonight at 6:30.
The Battle for the Iron Skillet resumes this week as SMU looks to beat Big 12 newcomer TCU for the second straight year.
Almost a full year into his retirement, former Stars center Mike Modano seems to be simply enjoying, well, being Mike Modano.
We are covering the Mavs tonight on TXA21’s The Fan Sports Show like a wet blanket. We’re live from the Mavs Old #7 Club in the AAC (aka draft night ground zero) for the full hour.
Bobby Patton is not some minority owner. Three of those owners wrote really big checks. Bobby Patton, a graduate of Fort Worth’s Paschal High School, is one of those men.
YuMania has given way to the Josh Hamilton mea culpa where on Friday morning he quoted everything from 2nd Corinthians 2:7 to Bobby Boucher’s mother, played by Kathy Bates, in the movie “The Waterboy”.