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Chuck GreenbergLots of positives on the sale of your Texas Rangers from Tom Hicks to Pittsburgh sports attorney Chuck Greenberg.
*First and foremost, Hicks will be a minority voice, but one with zero say on trading, hiring, firing or signing players, coaches or emplo ... More >>
Getting cold feet?Talked yesterday afternoon to David McDavid , he of the best odds to buy the Texas Rangers from Tom Hicks. Nothing definitive, but the auto tycoon has cooled slightly on the idea of owning our baseball team to the point where he said he is - for now - "leaning against i ... More >>
Whether you're at the end of your rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt's End:
*Trust me, you'll be elated if David McDavid buys the Texas Rangers. Biggest reason: His dream is not to make more money, but to own a championship sports franchise in the Metroplex.
*One of the thing ... More >>
I've hinted at this name a couple of times in the wake of Tom Hicks defaulting on a loan, selling Mesquite Rodeo and generally looking for a bailout. But now let's blurt it out unequivocally:
David McDavid is interested in buying controlling interest of the Texas Rangers.
"I have ... More >>
Rick Ericson at The LeMaster Group forwards along the latest in a short line of Official Tom Hicks Media Releases -- though, as you're no doubt aware, this is by far the most interesting one yet. Because as the owner of the Texas Rangers told Randy Galloway yesterday, yup, he's willing to sell his m ... More >>
And then one day, just to keep his readers on their toes, the demented blogger stood Whitt's End on its head ...
*For those inclined toward auditory masochism, I'll again be the analyst for Time Warner Cable/Metro Sports Channel 185's upcoming telecasts of the Texas Brahmas minor-league hockey ... More >>
I can think of where Tom Hicks wasted $65 million.Just when some of you - okay, and most of me - blamed the Texas Rangers' weekend sweep in Detroit on the lack of a certain rosy-hued sartorial splendor, we've got a new scapegoat.
The Rangers wore red again last night. But they also hande ... More >>
When Mark Aguirre left the Dallas Mavericks a decade ago, he became the fall guy for the team's decline. Now he's back, dealing with his ghosts and trying to help the franchise regain its former glory.
Ross Perot Jr. is pushing 40, and still trying to slip from his father's shadow. He's built Alliance Airport, bought the Mavericks, and is trying to ramrod a new arena. But he isn't a pit bull like his old man. That's where Frank Zaccanelli comes in.