Foul Territory Blog

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Jeff Wilson grew up in Denver, before Major League Baseball expanded to the Mile High City. One of the first major-league games he saw in person was Game 6 of the 1985 World Series -- the game the Royals won because of a blown call at first base by umpire Don Denkinger. Beyond that trip, Wilson had to turn to cable television, baseball cards and spring-training vacations to get his fill of baseball. He's got that now as one of the Rangers beat writers for the Star-Telegram. Follow him on Twitter at @JeffWilson_FWST


E-mail: jwilson@star-telegram.com

Stefan Stevenson was born in Kansas but grew up in Houston. So although George Brett was his favorite player, the Astros had his complete allegiance since age 6. When Nolan Ryan left the Astros for the Rangers in 1988 he bought a Rangers cap (he has picture proof) and shared in the joy of Ryan’s late-career heroics in Arlington. Even before joining the Rangers beat, baseball was always his favorite sport to play, watch and cover. As a fan, Stevenson had seen games at 25 of the 30 current ballparks and several others that no longer stand. Follow him on Twitter at @StevensonFWST


E-mail: sstevenson@star-telegram.com

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