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What we need are the Houston Billy-Balls

by Bill Chuck on January 10, 2013

According to a report by Josh Leventhal of, Major League Baseball Advanced Media has purchased the domain name for an undisclosed sum from a Canadian organization that promoted tourism in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

According to Darren Heitner of, MLBAM paid $1.2 million of the rights to the name.

MLBAM still does not own the rights for the domains of the Giants (which belongs to the NFL’s New York Giants), Rays (owned by a Seattle restaurant and catering service of the same name), Rangers (owned by the web development company Future Media Architects) and Twins (a blank page owned by a company called D&D Miller).

MLBAM had most recently purchased the domain for $200,000 in 2010, according to industry expert Domain News Wire.

In light of the transfer of the Houston franchise to the American League, I was thinking that they should change their name to the Billy-Balls and might be interested perhaps in  purchasing the url.

My hope is that they would do this soon as Hietner reports that “at least one authority believes that purchases like the $1.2 million for could be a thing of the past when leagues are no longer forced to rely on .COM domain names and can instead use their own domain extensions like .BASEBALL to make it easier for fans to access MLB affiliated websites and allow the clubs and league to truly own their brands/marks.”


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