The Astros had a 0.0 TV rating

The most profitable team in MLB history has a 0.0 television rating for their game against the Indians on Sunday.

From the CBS Houston:
2013 Houston Astros
ZERO-POINT-ZERO

The Houston Chronicle explains that it doesn’t necessarily mean that there wasn’t one person who tuned in, it just means that not a single, solitary Nielsen household tuned in to watch the Astros.

“There are a couple of asterisks involved here, of course,” the Houston Chronicle explained. “For one thing, Nielsen persists with the statistically supportable but still head-shaking concept that it can measure what millions of television viewers are watching by monitoring the behavior of hundreds.”

So what was it?

Keep reading here.

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4 thoughts on “The Astros had a 0.0 TV rating

  1. It’s not must-see TV like the 2003 Tigers. They’re not breaking any records, even though they are a train wreck every time they take the field. But give them credit for fleecing the 2013 Tigers into trading for their useless closer….

  2. Sark, we should have known Veras wasn’t good after he gave up that homer to Avila when Alex was hitting .168. He blows. On the other hand Alvarez hasn’t looked to bad lately.

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