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Topic - Harris County Houston Sports Authority
Houston Astros owner Drayton McLane announced Monday that he has agreed to sell the team he has owned for 19 years to a group led by local businessman Jim Crane, the man who tried to buy the team three years ago.
Jim Crane learned persistence playing baseball in his youth.
The Harris County Houston Sports Authority has approved the agreement to build a new Houston Dynamo Stadium.