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I enjoy baseball and writing about it. I pay to see independent league play, the Fort Worth Cats and the Grand Prairie AirHogs, and I follow the Texas Rangers rather passionately. A native of the Dallas area, I am nearing 60 years old, and I have been married to my college sweetheart for 36 years and counting.

Summertime Memories and Baseball

Little League baseball team

Baseball, even without the game on the field, was where life itself happened, and that is why baseball memories matter to a man like me. Read More »

Dallas Mavericks Sit at 10-7 and Coming Home

The Mavericks have reached the goal of 10 wins (against 7 losses) in their first 20 games, with three games to spare. Read More »

Yu Darvish, A Done Deal for the Texas Rangers

After a long wait, the Texas Rangers made it official on Wednesday, signing Japan’s best pitcher, Yu Darvish, to a six-year deal for $60 million. Read More »

Dallas Mavericks Are On a Roll And Going West

After starting at 3-5, the Mavericks take a five-game winning streak to L.A. to face the Lakers and Clippers. Read More »

She’s Not Running, But Hillary Clinton Is My Choice

President Obama is okay for another four years, but Hillary Clinton is still better prepared to be president. Read More »

Cowboys Secondary Coach Dave Campo Is Out

The first scapegoat has been sacrificed in Dallas with the non-extension of coach Dave Campo's contract. Read More »

Dallas Mavericks Getting Over the Awkward Start

The Mavericks pull to 5-5 after a slow start. The team is coming together with its new roster. Read More »

Red Pepper and Eggplant Relish

With eggplant and red bell peppers in ample supply, try this recipe as a topping or side dish. Read More »

The Dallas Mavericks, Simmering at 2-4

Starting with a simmer, the Mavs may be in full boil sooner than most people thought. Read More »

Of Empires, Soup, and Momentum: Dallas Cowboys Are Done

Jerry Jones, the Dallas Cowboys, and a physics lesson. Keeping up appearances in Big D. Read More »