In a span of two weeks, the Houston Astros have spent a combined $53 million on free agent salaries. This, just one month after bankruptcy court finalized CSN Houston’s reorganization plan. Coincidence? Astros GM Jeff Luhnow says […]
MaD Radio on Sports Radio 610 today featured one of the Meltsier Meltsdowns from co-host Mike Meltser, and for good reason. Former Houston Astros owner Drayton McLane today penned an op-ed for the Houston Chronicle about, […]
Brien and Paul could walk this week as they’re joined by David Barron of the Houston Chronicle. They get into the ins and outs of the Houston Regional Sports Network sale, discuss what programming changes may occur due to the sale, and try to help B-Straw figure out just how he might be able to watch.
CSN Houston’s Adam Wexler joins Patrick Creighton to talk about the Rockets’ draft and potential free agency moves. They also discuss potential landing spots for Carmelo Anthony, and get into Jeremy Lin and Chandler Parsons’ futures with the Rockets.
Houston Astros owner Jim Crane joins In The Loop. We talk about the CSN Houston deal, and what owning a pro team means to him.
HOUSTON (CBS Houston): “We’re dealing with a $60 billion company that’s got a lot of profit. They could fix this thing immediately if they wanted to, and they’re choosing to try to drive the Rockets […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston): “Our preferred option is no longer available at this time.” Those are the words of Rockets CEO Tad Brown in court February 4, explaining to Judge Marvin Isgur at the CSN Houston […]
The likely-hood of the Houston Astros and possibly the Houston Rockets returning to local television for the majority of the population might be rising. The judge in the CSN Houston vs. Houston Astros case has decided to force the fledgling cable company to file chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Houston (CBS HOUSTON): “I heard a lot of comments about the payroll, the payroll, the payroll. We’ll spend the money when we’re ready to spend the money.” Those are the words of Astros owner Jim […]
By John P. Lopez At first blush, it seems ludicrous to think something as basic and petty as team- or city-allegiance could affect a multi-million dollar deal involving sports fans in Houston. There simply CANNOT […]