3T - MLB Network Host Brian KennyRich and Ted talk with MLB Network host Brian Kenny about the analytics revolution in baseball, the Houston Astros as the best team in baseball, who the Astros biggest challenge will be in the AL, the sports TV business after what happened with ESPN, and more.
Wife of Chris Berman Dies In Car CrashKatherine Ann Berman, 67, a teacher, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash at about 2:15 p.m. Tuesday in Woodbury, state police said. The other victim was identified by police as Edward Bertulis, 87, of Waterbury.
Is It "Tony Romo Or Bust" For Texans This Offseason?Can the Texans afford to wait for Jimmy Garoppolo?
ESPN's 30-for-30 To Feature Houston's Phi Slama JamaESPN Films announced on Tuesday that they will continue their award winning 30-for-30 documentary series this fall with three new additions with the first featuring the Phi Slama Jama Houston Cougars basketball team of the 1980's
Hammond: This Season, Jose Altuve = Mike TroutIs LeBron the NBA's Jay Z? | Is the media covering Durant fairly?
3T with OJ 30 for 30 Producer Caroline Waterlow Full InterviewSean, Rich & Ted talk with producer Caroline Waterlow, who worked on ESPN's 30 for 30 on OJ Simpson.
Triple Threat with OJ 30 for 30 Producer Caroline Waterlow Part 2Sean, Rich & Ted continue their conversation with producer Caroline Waterlow, who worked on ESPN's 30 for 30 on OJ Simpson.
Triple Threat with OJ 30 for 30 Producer Caroline Waterlow Part 1Sean, Rich & Ted talk with producer Caroline Waterlow, who worked on ESPN's 30 for 30 on OJ Simpson.
Triple Threat with Rob Stone and Alexi Lalas Part 3Sean & Ted talk to Rob Stone and Alexi Lalas about all the former ESPN talent, like them, who have left for Fox. They also preview America's next Copa America soccer tournament match.
Triple Threat on Roy Firestone and the OJ DocumentarySean, Rich & Ted talk about former ESPN journalist Roy Firestone who defended himself against the way he was portrayed in the ESPN 30 for 30 on OJ Simpson.
Keidel: Curt Schilling's Dark DescentLegendary pitcher Curt Schilling was fired this week from his baseball color analyst position with ESPN for his conduct on social media.
Watt: E:60 Special Was "Really, Really Well Done"