Sam MertenChuck Greenberg, Tom Hicks and Nolan RyanAfter the jump is a press release that just popped up in the Unfair Park in-box courtesy one Kevin Sullivan, ex-Mavs man and Bush man now doing the talking for Chuck Greenberg and Nolan Ryan, who'll be danged if some auction -- which they agreed ... More >>
MLB commish Bud SeligBefore I left the office last night, I tried to get a comment from Major League Baseball concerning Tom Hicks's admission that the deal with Chuck Greenberg and Nolan Ryan's Rangers Baseball Express is falling apart. Earlier in the day, when I'd gotten wind that this seemingl ... More >>
Texas RangersStill no official word on Tom Hicks hiring Barclays Capital to find a buyer for Liverpool FC. But last night, Bloomberg News posted a story that says creditors, led by Monarch Alternative Capital, may throw up a legal roadblock as Hicks tries to complete the sale of the first-place T ... More >>
A decade ago, I interviewed Kevin Sullivan on his last day as the Dallas Mavericks' vice president of communications, a job he'd held for 18 years -- since the team's inception in 1980. It seemed like a good idea to do another exit interview today, because Sullivan, pictured above with President Bus ... More >>
Take a number, pal. First of all – duh – I have zero control of when the story gets posted online. Generally, cover stories are posted at our home site on Wednesday afternoons. But I’m a lowly sportswriter, not an IT geek. Secondly, there are a couple more people in Washington, D.C. i ... More >>
Kevin Sullivan is probably the first guy to go from doing P.R. for a basketball team to doing it for a president. That's just a wild guess. And, yes, he knows he looks like actor Oliver Platt. On June 21, Kevin Sullivan was in a meeting about education—most likely, since at the time he was ass ... More >>
This guy used to work for the Dallas Mavericks. Now he works for President Bush. Hunh. File this under Holy Crap, You Cannot Be Serious: Yesterday, President Bush appointed Kevin Sullivan as White House communications director, after Sullivan spent a year as an assistant secretary of communications ... More >>
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