Whether it's pondering Moose McNuggets at the McDonald's in Norway or chasing Lance Armstrong up some mountaintop in France, Gil LeBreton has been entertaining Star-Telegram readers for nearly 30 years. He's covered 21 Super Bowls, 14 Olympic Games (summer and winter), saw Muhammad Ali box, Paul Newman drive a race car and Prince Albert try to steer a bobsled. Gil also once briefly held the WBC Junior Welterweight title belt -- he had to, because the guy he was interviewing, champ Bruce Curry, had to suddenly step into the men's room.

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Don’t blame Cruz for Rangers’ season

| |Tuesday, Jun. 03, 2014

Get the story straight, if you wonder how Nellie ended up with Orioles.

Frogs made quick work of regional finale

| |Sunday, Jun. 01, 2014

Stellar pitching, solid play has been TCU’s formula all season.

Frogs struggled like other top seeds

| |Sunday, Jun. 01, 2014

TCU isn’t the only college baseball team with postseason problems.

Saints alive! Frogs survive scare from stubborn Siena

| |Friday, May. 30, 2014

Siena ignored its seeding, and TCU found itself in a struggle.

Frogs can’t afford to eat the cheese

| |Thursday, May. 29, 2014

Jim Schlossnagle knows the national seed doesn’t come with guarantees.

Injury prone: Cowboys’ Lee can’t shake label

| |Wednesday, May. 28, 2014

Injuries have followed the Cowboys’ Sean Lee since his college days at Penn State.

Rangers called meeting, rediscovered home plate

| |Sunday, May. 18, 2014

A hitters-only meeting helped end the Rangers’ losing streak.

For 13 years, Michael Young was Rangers’ rock

| |Sunday, May. 18, 2014

In this injury-plagued season, the Rangers take time to honor a guy who always played.

How can Cowboys ignore Romo’s back after seeing Harrison?

| |Friday, May. 16, 2014

Two different guys, two surgeries, but Jones should be more concerned.

TCU baseball decides it’s not ready to go home early

| |Tuesday, May. 13, 2014

Coach’s meeting spelled out the direction the Horned Frogs have taken.