Tuesday Sports Update – Astros Take On Red Sox Tonight In Game 3

(Houston, TX) — Game Three of the American League Championship Series is tonight as the Astros battle the Red Sox at Minute Maid Park. Dallas Keuchel is on the mound for Houston while Boston counters with Nathan Eovaldi. The seven-game series is tied at one win apiece.

Brewers Blank Dodgers, Game Four Tonight

(Los Angeles, CA) — The Brewers are halfway to the World Series. They blanked the Dodgers 4-0 in Game Three of the National League Championship Series in Los Angeles. Milwaukee now leads the best-of-seven matchup two-games-to-one. The Dodgers will host Game Four tonight. Our pregame coverage begins tonight at 7 on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.

Rangers Continue Manager Search

(Arlington, TX) — The Texas Rangers continue their search for a new manager. The Rangers interviewed Rocco Baldelli and David Bell yesterday. Both are former big leaguers. Baldelli is currently the Rays’ field coordinator and Bell is the Giants’ farm director.

Packers Outlast 49ers On MNF

(Green Bay, WI) — Mason Crosby’s 27-yard field goal in the closing seconds lifted the Packers past the 49ers 33-30 at Lambeau Field. Aaron Rodgers threw for 425 yards and two touchdowns, both to Davante Adams, as Green Bay improved to 3-2-and-1. San Francisco slipped to 1-and-5.

Cowboys Move On To Redskins

(Frisco, TX) — The Cowboys hit the road in a pivotal NFC East matchup on Sunday when they visit the Redskins. Dallas sits at 3-and-3 after beating Jacksonville in Week Six. Washington is in first place in the division at 3-and-2, while Philadelphia is also 3-and-3.

Texans Prep For Jaguars

(Houston, TX) — The Texans look to continue their winning streak on Sunday as they visit the Jacksonville Jaguars in AFC South action. Houston has won three in-a-row and is tied with Jacksonville and Tennessee for the division lead at 3-and-3. The last-place Colts are 1-and-5.

NBA Season Tips Off Tonight

(Undated) — The NBA regular season begins tonight with a doubleheader on TNT. The Celtics host the Sixers in Boston followed by the defending champion Warriors hosting the Thunder. Former league MVP Russell Westbrook will not suit up for OKC as he recovers from knee surgery.

Mavericks Visit Suns Tomorrow

(Dallas, TX) — The Mavericks open the regular season tomorrow night as they visit the Phoenix Suns. First-round pick Luka Doncic will make his much-anticipated NBA debut. Dirk Nowitzki is back for his 21st NBA season, but has been ruled out for tomorrow’s game. The Mavs’ first home game is Saturday night against Minnesota.

Rockets Host Pelicans Tomorrow

(Houston, TX) — The Rockets open the regular season tomorrow as they host the New Orleans Pelicans. Chris Paul and James Harden are back as Houston seeks its first championship since 1995. Brandon Knight and Zhou Qi [[ jo chee ]] have been ruled out of the opener due to injuries.

Stars Fall To Senators, Visit Devils Tonight

(Ottawa, Ontario) — The Stars’ offense didn’t manage much as they fell to the Senators 4-1 in Ottawa. John Klingberg’s fourth goal of the season was the only tally for Dallas. Ben Bishop yielded three goals on 23 shots in defeat. The Stars are 3-2-and-0 and visit the Devils tonight.

NHL
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Ottawa Senators 4, Dallas Stars 1
Montreal Canadiens 7, Detroit Red Wings 3
Toronto Maple Leafs 4, Los Angeles Kings 1
Nashville Predators 4, Minnesota Wild 2

NFL Draft Has Over $100 Million Economic Impact For Dallas

(Dallas, TX) — The numbers are in for the economic impact the NFL draft made on Dallas. VisitDallas says the AT&T Stadium event reportedly brought in over 125 million dollars for the area. It lasted for three days in April. This is the first time the host city has brought in over 100 million dollars as part of an NFL draft.

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