The San Francisco Giants fans may be few in Texas, but they are in Arlington and they are loud. Published October 31 2010
Arlington was the place to be for sports fans with a Cowboys game at noon and the World Series at night. Published October 31 2010
A rowdy crowd cheered the Rangers on to their first World Series win ever Published October 31 2010
It’s time to stop complaining about payroll in Major League Baseball. Published October 25 2010
After years of futility and virtually no postseason success, the Rangers make their first World Series appearance. Published October 23 2010
Like game one, Texas jumped out to a 5-0 lead, except this time the bullpen held up for a 7-2 victory. The series is tied now at 1-1 heading to New York for the next three games. Published October 16 2010
The Rays beat the Rangers 5-2 Sunday to send the series to a deciding game five. Published October 10 2010
Head-to-head or championships? Who is the winner? Published October 1 2010
Jason Black is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he recieved a B.A. in Journalism. While at OU he served as Sports Director for the University television station. He has recieved multiple awards for public speaking and ...Read More
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