Tommy is no stranger to California. He began his career at KGO-TV, the ABC-owned television station in San Francisco where he interned in the Sports Department for a year and then became a Production Assistant. It didn't take long before he moved to Yuma, AZ.
In the Desert Southwest, Tommy wore many hats and was an Arizona AP award winning producer and reporter before eventually becoming the NBC station's Anchor, Executive Producer, and Sports Director.
He's covered everything from drug and human smuggling stories along the US-Mexico border to high school state championships to skydiving with the Army's Golden Knights parachute team! But perhaps his most memorable moment came when he produced and co-hosted a six hour telethon for the local Food Bank. The station was able to raise $210,000 which Tommy is proud to say, was the most ever in one day for a non-profit organization in the area.
Tommy was born and raised in the Bay Area and graduated from San Jose State. (Sorry Bulldogs) He's excited to serve the residents of the Valley and call Fresno home.
The Carr brothers have arguably the most recognizable name in Central Valley sports. Younger brother, Derek, is about to embark on his rookie season with the Oakland Raiders.
The theme at this year's Media Days is parody. The head coaches tell me anywhere between four to six teams have a legitimate shot to win the Mountain West.
That catcher is probably still icing his hand.
The Mountain West Conference announced Fresno State junior outfielder Jordan Luplow won player of the year honors.
Derek Carr officially joined the Raiders after signing his rookie contract Wednesday.