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Latest Jim Crane Items
Houston Astros owner Jim Crane has sued the team's former owner and a pair of media companies, alleging he's lost possibly hundreds of millions of dollars because they misrepresented the value of a regional television network that broadcasts Astros games.
Houston Astros owner Jim Crane hopes Comcast SportsNet Houston will agree to pay his team what he calls a fair amount for its media rights, and they can boost carriage after a season where only 40 percent of the city could view the games.
Reid Ryan choked back tears as he was introduced as president of his beloved Astros, the team he grew up watching in the days when his Hall of Fame father, Nolan Ryan, starred as a pitcher for Houston.
President Obama finally spoke publicly Wednesday about his secretive golf game with Tiger Woods during the Presidents Day weekend.
President Obama has a very carefully crafted public image, and he's willing to shut out his friends in the press to maintain it.
Tiger Woods should not expect his next match to be as easy as his last one.
Tiger Woods delivered a "State of the Game" on President Barack Obama's golfing prowess and the news wasn't all bad.
Tiger Woods said Tuesday that winning alongside President Barack Obama against a team of U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk and Houston Astros owner Jim Crane was "pretty cool."
Undeterred by complaints from the White House press corps about a lack of access, President Obama spent Presidents Day playing his third straight day of golf to wrap up a secluded guys' weekend at an exclusive golf course in Florida.