We usually take this time to write a paragraph on a specific Houston topic, and then provide you with other Houston links. Today we decided to spend our time on a different topic; Father’s Day. All of us at House Of Houston would like to wish all fathers, grandfathers, and great-grandfathers a Happy Father’s Day. Thanks for everything you have done, do, and will continue to do for us!
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- Mark Berman (MyFox26) on what Father’s Day means to the Ryan family.
“It is just one of those things that I don’t take for granted, and although Father’s Day is a special day, every time I’m at the ballpark with my dad it’s Father’s Day,” Reid Ryan said.
Reid’s father, Hall of Fame pitcher Nolan Ryan, rejoined the Astros organization in February as executive adviser to owner Jim Crane, general manager Jeff Luhnow and his son, Reid.
- Brian McTaggart (MLB.com) on what Father’s Day means to Scott Feldman.
- Evan Drellich (Houston Chronicle) on the Astros’ former management.
- Astros tweet of the weekend…
— Richard Justice (@richardjustice) June 15, 2014
- Sean Pendergast (Houston Press) on the Rockets potential acquisitions.
Rockets’ owner Les Alexander has promised a big move this offseason to bring in another star player. Generally, it’s assumed that the frontrunners to accept Alexander’s anointing as such are Carmelo Anthony of the New York Knicks (for now) and Kevin Love of the Minnesota Timberwolves (for now).
- Adam Wexler (CSN Houston) on the Rockets summer league schedule.
- Zach Buckley (Bleacher Report) says the Rockets don’t need another superstar.
- Rockets tweet of the weekend…
(In Paul Heyman voice) “Ladies & Gentlemen, my name is Daryl Morey, & my client Carmelo Anthony is ready to join the Houston Rockets”
— Mike K (@Zepp1978) June 14, 2014
O’Brien has been a Texan for five months. He has overhauled the coaching staff, turned an unyielding belief of team-first into a rebuilding squad’s 2014 mantra, endured Johnny Manziel-mania to emerge from the draft with Clowney and Tom Savage, and based the Texans’ intriguing upcoming season around an old-school defense and an unpredictable veteran quarterback.
- Patrick D. Starr (State Of The Texans) wraps up OTA’s.
- Stephen Forsa (Toro Times) on one site projecting the Texans for 7.5 wins in 2014.
- Texans tweet of the weekend…
This was me all season watching Houston Texans games https://t.co/6wWt4yjHPk
— Space Bound ✨ (@HtOwNzOuTLaW713) June 13, 2014