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MCLANE REPORTEDLY TO SELL 25% OF ASTROS
Published March 30, 1995
Astros Owner Drayton McLane is considering selling up to 25% of his team, according to KRIV-TV in Houston. McLane has reportedly started looking for possible local partners, adding that has had discussions with a few "key leaders" in Houston for "their ideas and thoughts." McLane said the partial offering has "nothing to do" with the strike and that he would wait until after the strike ends before "acting on seeking new partners" (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 3/29).