If the judge approves, the Texas Rangers' broadcast partnership with Bally Sports will be terminated.

In a court filing on Nov. 9, Bally Sports and its parent company Diamond Sports Group, or DSG, announced that they had reached an agreement with their creditors to resolve any outstanding issues for the 2024 MLB season.

As part of that agreement, Bally Sports will no longer broadcast baseball games.

Because DSG is in bankruptcy court, the agreement must be approved by a judge before it becomes official

If the judge approves, it will put an end to the Texas Rangers' partnership with Bally Sports, which has broadcast the team's games since DSG acquired the rights from Fox Sports Southwest.

If the change goes through, the Rangers would have a new broadcast partner for their 2025 season 

The transaction is not yet finalized because Bally's parent company, DSG, is in bankruptcy court and the agreement must be approved by a judge.

If the judge grants the request, the Rangers' partnership with Bally Sports, which has broadcast the team's games since Diamond Sports Group purchased the rights from Fox Sports Southwest, will come to an end.

Many fans were upset because they couldn't watch the Rangers game because many TV providers didn't carry Bally Sports.

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