Despite currently having the worst record in baseball, the lowest payroll this century and the third-worst attendance rate in Major League Baseball, the 2013 Houston Astros are set to become the most profitable team in league history.
The Astros President of Business Operations Reid Ryan announced his first appointment Tuesday.
It appears as if the Houston Astros are on a rapid decline, not just because of their 10-30 record, but because of bad public relations.
The Astros General Manager is keeping his chin up despite his club ranking last in the league with a 10-29 record after losing five straight games.
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – Between gearing up for the Astros’ American League debut and trying to finalize a television deal with Comcast SportsNet Houston, Jim Crane has certainly been busy. The media publicity surrounding the […]
Astros Owner Jim Crane joined the Odd Couple to discuss challenges of being a team owner, the whole situation with Comcast and television broadcasts, looking at the future of the Astros, Bo Porter, and more. They answered a few questions from callers as well.
Larry Dierker joined the Odd Couple to discuss his situation with the Astros, his long and legendary career, voices some of his frustrations with the Astros organization, and more.
600- So, how’s everybody’s bracket? Anything grab you from the weekend? For me it was that blocks don’t exist in college ball… They’re ALL charges, evidently… Also, care to make a new bracket? Starting from […]
Jeff Luhnow joins MaD Radio to talk about when and where the Astros fans should expect the team to go sign big time free agents.
Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow joins Fred, Barry and Matt in studio for an hour and 15 minutes to talk about the development of the Astros, the youth in the minor leagues and the new […]