1915 Cracker Jack Baseball Cards Worth $750K For Sale“Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks” is the famous line from 'Take Me Out To The Ball Game.'  Those lyrics forever linked baseball and the treat with a prize in every box.
Entire Sports Illustrated Brand Sold For $110MSports Illustrated is being sold for $110 million, but the seller will continue running the iconic magazine under a licensing deal.
Check Your Surfboard For $30, American Slashes Bag Fees For Sports, Music EquipmentAmerican is eliminating oversize bag fees for common sports and music equipment, effective for travel on or after May 21. 
Dallas Stars Sign Esa Lindell To New $34.8M, 6-Year ContractDallas Stars defenseman Esa Lindell has signed a $34.8 million, six-year contract that will run through the 2024-25 season.
Community Proud Of Allen Alum Kyler Murray's Historic No. 1 NFL Draft StatusThe Allen Eagles High School community is proud today to see Kyler Murray add Overall Number One NFL Draft Pick to his impressive resume.
'Comic-Con For Sports' Launches In Dallas This SummerKnown as the "comic-con for sports," SportsCon is launching in Dallas this July and is expected to bring in high-profile athletes from all over the nation into one place.
Play ball! Fort Worth's Top 4 Spots To Grab A Hot Dog On Baseball's Opening DayNeed more hot dogs in your life with the Texas Rangers, and the Boys of Summer, set to start the season this week?
Conor McGregor Announces Retirement On Twitter: 'Proper Pina Coladas On Me Fellas!'UFC superstar Conor McGregor announced his retirement on social media Monday night, abruptly ending his remarkable fighting career.
Jason Witten Comes Out Of Retirement, Returns To CowboysFuture Hall of Famer Jason Witten is coming out of retirement. 
Mavericks Unable To Shutdown Bucks In 122-107 LossAntetokounmpo had 29 points and 17 rebounds to give the Bucks their sixth straight victory in a 122-107 win against the Dallas Mavericks Friday night.
Dallas Mavericks Waive Zach Randolph After Acquiring In Trade With KingsThe Mavericks waived power forward and center Zach Randolph two days after acquiring him, while sending Harrison Barnes to Sacramento in a trade that will give Dallas salary-cap relief.