Game 7 of the World Series between St. Louis and Texas averaged 25.4 million viewers to make it the most-watched ballgame since 2004.
One of the many certainties attached to a World Series or a Super Bowl or an NBA Finals is that representatives of the two participating municipalities – or states – will inevitably bet some sort of regional swag on their respective team taking the title.
With champagne being sprayed around and on him, Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington savored the moment and remembered a much different scene in the same clubhouse at the end of last year’s World Series.
Playing with a fractured rib, Tony Romo hit Jesse Holley on a 77-yard completion on the Cowboys’ first play of overtime that set up Dan Bailey’s winning 19-yard field goal, and Dallas rallied for a 27-24 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.
Dez Bryant has been declared inactive for today’s Cowboys game. Bryant won’t make the start at wide receiver against the 49ers because of a quad injury.
Jason Garrett and Jim Harbaugh were NFL quarterbacks during some of the best days in the storied Dallas-San Francisco rivalry. Garrett witnessed it firsthand with the Cowboys, Harbaugh watched from afar.
Imagine having the power to flag down bad drivers or to write traffic tickets or just call people out for changing lanes without a signal.
Tim Lincecum, Edgar Renteria and the San Francisco Giants won the World Series on Monday night, beating the Texas Rangers 3-1 in a tense Game 5 and taking the trophy home to the city by the Bay for the first time.
Game 3 earned the second-lowest television rating for a World Series game.
It’s the start of a major milestone for the Texas Rangers baseball franchise, but nationally nobody wants them to win.
A Happy Meal without a toy is like the State Fair without fried food.
A massive fire burned homes as it roared through a mostly residential neighborhood in the hills south of San Francisco following a loud explosion