Houston Chronicle writer David Barron joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw to talk about the complicated legal situation with Comcast and Houston Sports teams. He discussed that it’s very up in the air how long it might take to reach a settlement. Barron said they are working hard to reach a settlement but they still aren’t sure when the viewing situation will be changed so more people can view the local games.
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Yankees and prized Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka agreed Wednesday to a $155 million, seven-year contract. In addition to the deal with the 25-year-old right-hander, the Yankees must pay […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – The Houston Astros already employ one member of the Ryan family and could be looking to add the elder statesman and former Astros star to payroll. The Houston Chronicle is reporting […]
You have got to be kidding me? Two votes? Two stinking votes kept Craig Biggio from the Hall of Fame. Cooperstown is worth the wait but it still stings. Craig won’t complain but I am […]
Biggio played 20 big league seasons, all in an Astros uniform and amassed 3060 hits.
HOUSTON (CBS Houston): January 8th, 2014 can be an atonement day of sorts for the Baseball Writers Association of America. A year ago, the group of approximately 550 voters chose not to elect anyone to […]
Houston Astros make a deal and again add to the bull pen, the team on New Year’s Eve announced the signing of 2013 All-Star reliever Jesse Crain to a one year deal. Last season Crain […]
The past year saw ups and downs across the board for Houston sports. The Texans, Rockets and Dynamo all saw the playoffs this year. The Astros saw the cellar for most of the year and Aeros are now in Iowa. With so many things happening here is our list of the top ten sports stories from 2013.
Houston (CBS Houston) – Astros continue making deals, on Saturday the Astros chose address the bullpen depth. The Astros announced the team has brought back reliever Chad Qualls on a 2 year deal, per Ken […]
Days after the trade for Rockies outfielder Dexter Fowler and still days before the winter meetings the Astros made another deal. Today they have reached a contact agreement with free agent starting pitcher Scott Feldman for 3 years and 30 million.