Los Angeles, you may have a Houston problem.
The Dodgers are expected to have a much better season than the lackluster Houston Astros, but fans of both teams may soon have a lot in common when it comes to watching the games on television.
In Houston, a regional sports network owned by cable giant Comcast Corp., baseball's Astros and basketball's Rockets has struggled since launching in late 2012. Comcast was the only big distributor carrying it as other area pay-TV operators, including DirecTV and AT&T, resisted because they thought the price tag was too high.
Now Comcast SportsNet Houston is in bankruptcy, the owners are bickering in court and DirecTV and others are still nowhere near deals to carry it.