Potential Landing Spots For Jake Odorizzi

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There aren’t many game-changing starters on the free agent market. Trevor Bauer may be the only top-notch starter available. However, there are a lot of guys like Jake Odorizzi: solid starters who will give a team some quality innings. Odorizzi is 62-56 in his career with a 3.92 ERA in 1042 innings. His 2019 season […] READ MORE


Potential Landing Spots For Didi Gregorius

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While not in that upper echelon of free agents, a lot of teams could use a guy like Didi Gregorius. He is a clubhouse leader who speaks four languages fluently, is a self-taught pianist, paints portraits, oh and he’s also a knight. Gregorius may very well be the most interesting man in baseball. He’s also […] READ MORE


Potential Landing Spots For George Springer

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Perhaps the biggest name on the free-agent market, George Springer is looking for a big dollar deal. Springer spent his first seven years with the Houston Astros, however, the star outfielder reportedly does not want to return. The 31-year-old is a three-time All-Star, two-time Silver Slugger, and World Series MVP. He has a regular-season career […] READ MORE


Houston Astros Major Offseason Needs

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The 2020 MLB season has finally come to a close, and now all 30 teams look towards 2021. Every team has various offseason needs, holes to fill or positions to strengthen. The Houston Astros are no different than the rest of the league. They have a variety of positions to strengthen: the outfield, bullpen, and […] READ MORE


Houston Astros 2020 Season Review

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In no way, shape, or form was 2020 a normal year for anybody. For the Houston Astros in particular, 2020 had some major highs and lows. From dealing with the fallout of the 2017 sign-stealing scandal during a tumultuous regular season, to a deep postseason run, the Astros had an eventful 2020 season. At the […] READ MORE


Astros Force Game Seven Vs Rays

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Astros 7, Rays 4 History was made in Game Six of the American League Championship Series. With the Houston Astros 7-4 win over the Tampa Bay Rays, they became the second team in MLB history to force a Game Seven when down 3-0 in the series. The first team was the 2004 Boston Red Sox, […] READ MORE


Altuve, Springer Keep Astros Season Alive

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Astros 4, Rays 3 There will be a Game Five after the Houston Astros defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3. Jose Altuve drove in a pair of runs and made every defensive play that came to him. The biggest swing of the game was a tie-breaking home run in the fifth inning off the bat […] READ MORE


Rays Put Pressure On Astros, Take 2-0 Lead

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Rays 4, Astros 2 For the second day in a row, the Tampa Bay Rays used great pitching and spectacular defense to defeat the Houston Astros. The Astros had some more hard-hit outs, but could not string anything together. It took a three run-home run from Manuel Margot and some sparkling defensive plays for the […] READ MORE


Astros Advance To ALCS With Win Over Athletics

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Astros 11, Athletics 6 The Houston Astros eliminated the Oakland Athletics from the postseason with an 11-6 victory on Thursday. Carlos Correa drove in five and Michael Brantley homered twice in the American League Division Series clinching Game Four. Historic Offense Continued For the fourth consecutive day, the A’s started the scoring. With two runners […] READ MORE


Chad Pinder Keeps Athletics Season Alive Against the Astros

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Athletics 9, Astros 7 In perhaps the most exciting game of this great series, the Oakland Athletics fended off elimination by defeating the Houston Astros 9-7. A game-tying home run was a part of Chad Pinder‘s three-hit, four-RBI day which led the A’s to victory. A Back And Forth Thriller The scoring started in the […] READ MORE