I’m the marketing director at Ferris Mfg. Corp. in Fort Worth, and I’m a frequent contributor to MLB.com as a freelance baseball writer with a background in newspaper reporting.

My last print gig was the Texas Rangers beat writer for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, where I previously covered the Dallas Stars beat and a variety of other sports. Before that, I worked for the Austin American-Statesman and graduated from the University of Texas, where I spent most of my time in the sports office before stumbling into the managing editor role.

I spent some time in politics on a couple of presidential campaigns and a stint as a press secretary/speechwriter for a Member of Congress. D.C. was fun, but you couldn’t pay me enough to go back there now.

My current employer, Ferris, was started by my great uncle Robert Sessions. Based in Fort Worth, Ferris makes PolyMem wound dressings and sells them the world over.

Finally, I’m fairly active on Twitter and rarely update this site, so govern yourself accordingly.