Jim Crane Spurns Reporters and Orchestrates a PR Nightmare for the Astros The Houston Astros organization faced the media for the first time during spring training and owner Jim Crane could not have made this any worse.    The press conference started with “apologies” from Alex Bregman and Jose Altuve. Both of these “apologies” set […]

The hottest topic in baseball right now is not what the MLB wants. Since basically the beginning of the offseason, the Houston Astros have been centered around their own version of the “Spygate”. The Houston Astros in 2017 were illegally getting footage of other teams signs and relaying the information to the runner on second […]

Everyone is writing end of the decade articles and here at Pub Sports Radio, we are no different!  I talk about sports, a lot, an almost unhealthy amount. One of my absolute favorite things to talk about is the insane things that occur in the sports world. Most sports scandals fall into the sports world […]

Written by Andrew Santangelo The question of how to make the game of baseball more popular is one of the most popular questions in sports. The commissioner sport is struggling himself. The question to ask though is he getting in his way? Baseball has been a strategy game since the day it was first played […]

The 2020 MLB season is a few months away. The offseason is about to heat up as marquee free agents are starting to sign. The starting pitching market is very deep this offseason with top guys like Gerrit Cole and Stephen Strasburg out there. Jake Odorizzi has already accepted his qualifying offer with the Minnesota […]

Am I a Houston Astros fan? Not really. What I do know is that this team is on a 5 soon to be 6 game win streak and the bats are just crushing the ball left and right. This isn't some new thing either, they are currently averaging 5.32 runs per game and are continuing [...]
  The MLB trade deadline has come and went and boy, was it fun. Contenders improved positions of need, non-contenders made a flurry of interesting and confusing trades, oh, and the Astros traded for Zack Greinke and solidified their hold on the best rotation in baseball. Let's breakdown all the major moves from the MLB [...]

Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs, age 27, has been found dead in his hotel room in Southlake, Texas. Skaggs had traveled to Texas for a four game series against the Texas Rangers, in which he was supposed to be the opening pitcher of game 1 on the fourth of July, which has now been […]

San Antonio in June means one thing and one thing only, heat. Temperatures rose to the mid-90s as the San Antonio Missions (44-26) hosted the Reno Aces (29-40) in the second in their first ever four games series as Pacific Coast League Rivals. The Sunday afternoon matchup took place on Father’s Day and one Missions […]

Missions Bring the Rain Against the Rainiers “We’re not really competing against each other,” Tyler Saladino said. “But it makes it fun when stuff like this happens so we can go back-and-forth about it.” On a night where howling winds made Wolff Stadium a pitcher friendly ballpark, the San Antonio Missions (42-26) score four in […]

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