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Texans sign OT Aaron Adams to help with depth on offensive line
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Published in 25-7-2015
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The Texans signed free agent offensive tackle Aaron Adams, who spent last season on injured at Green Bay. Adams, 6-5, 326, played at Eastern Kentucky. The team is looking for depth on the offensive line.
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Scott Kazmir proves his worth in first start as Astros top Royals
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Published in 25-7-2015
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• • • KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Scott Kazmir, a proud son of the Gulf Coast, showed Friday night he can feel equally at home on a hot, humid evening in the steamy embrace of Middle America. Kazmir, pitching for the first time for his hometown Astros after being acquired in a trade Thursday with the Athletics, allowed three hits through seven innings, and the Astros won their fifth game in a row, ...>>
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Ex-Texans QB David Carr gives advice to his younger self
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Published in 25-7-2015
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In a recent appearance on NFL Network, former Texans QB David Carr offered advice to his younger self.
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Chris Carter exits series opener with ankle sprain
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Published in 18-7-2015
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Astros first baseman Chris Carter was pulled from Friday night’s series opener against the Rangers with a right ankle sprain. Carter turned his ankle on the bottom of the second inning when he was pulled off the bag by Jose Altuve’s throw on Elvis Andrus’ leadoff single at Minute Maid Park. “I’m trying not to go on the (disabled list),” Carter said. “We’ll see how it feels when I g ...>>
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Outdoors report: July 18
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Published in 18-7-2015
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Scattered catches of redfish were taken in stained water on the west end of East Bay. Port O'Connor - Guide Robert Sloan reported limits of trout over shell in 5 feet of water on red/white swim baits.

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Dynamo shuffle roster as national teams borrow more
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Published in 18-7-2015
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Forward Giles Barnes is also away with Jamaica in the Gold Cup, and midfielders Boniek Garcia and Luis Garrido just wrapped up the tournament for Honduras and aren't back. The absences have caused the Dynamo to make changes to the roster. The team added Nigerian midfielder Rasheed Olabiyi and traded reserve defender Corey Ashe to the Orlando City Soccer Club. Dynamo coach Owen Coyle hop ...>>

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Astros get back to winning ways by taking down Rangers in first game back from All-Star break
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Published in 18-7-2015
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Astros righthander Collin McHugh was essentially juggling burning knives, catching them behind his back and then heading back to the dugout unscathed Friday night at Minute Maid Park. McHugh and the Astros kept the raucous crowd of 36,904 at the edge of their seats, tempting fate often before escaping with a 3-2 victory to snap their six-game losing streak. “Part of it is probably a little bit o ...>>
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NFL Roundtable video: Who is AFC South’s most improved?
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Published in 18-7-2015
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The Houston Chronicle’s John McClain, Brian T. Smith, and Dale Robertson discuss which AFC South team is the most improved and who has the best chance of going to the playoffs. (video by R. Carter)
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Lowrie set for Kissimmee stint, could ease first base puzzle
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Published in 11-7-2015
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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. More and more as the Astros hit a skid offensively, it’s clear how much they could use Jed Lowrie both the expected positional versatility he should bring upon his return, and his bat. The two weakest non-pitcher positions on the Astros a year ago were first and third base, and both remain two of the teams’ worst spot relative to other clubs. Designated hitter this year ...>>
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Outdoors report: July 11
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Published in 11-7-2015
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Galveston - Guide James Plaag of Silver King Adventures reported a good bite for trout in off-colored water on Slammin' Chicken Bass Assassins. Guide Mike Cacciotti reported limits of trout in 6-8 feet of water on red shad Down South Lures on the incoming tide.

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Astros’ offense remains MIA in series-opening loss to Rays
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Published in 11-7-2015
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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. A crisp Collin McHugh easily could’ve been called a stopper after Friday night, when swings and misses were common and the righty followed his predecessors in the rotation by giving the offense more than ample chance. The trouble is that any deficit, a couple runs or a couple touchdowns, is harder to traverse for the Astros right now than a Florida sinkhole. All of two extr ...>>
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Dash's World Cup players to return Sunday
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Published in 11-7-2015
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The Dash expect a record crowd Sunday at BBVA Compass Stadium for the return of their U.S. Women's World Cup stars, but how much the three play is up in the air. Midfielders Carli Lloyd and Morgan Brian and defender Meghan Klingenberg were in New York on Friday for a parade to celebrate the U.S. victory in the Women's World Cup. The last time a woman was the exclusive focus was in M ...>>

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NFL Roundtable video: McClain, Smith on Texans and offseason rankings
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Published in 11-7-2015
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The Houston Chronicle’s John McClain and Brian T. Smith discuss the Texans getting ranked among the other NFL coaches and players.
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Jake Marisnick, Colby Rasmus nearing a return to Astros lineup
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Published in 4-7-2015
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BOSTON Jake Marisnick and Colby Rasmus both could be back in the Astros lineup this weekend against the Red Sox, although the latter seems have a better chance. The earliest Marisnick could return to the Astros from the 15-day disabled list technically is Saturday as he comes back from a left hamstring strain. But getting Marisnick to Fenway for a day game on Saturday after he played a night game ...>>
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Report: Federal investigators recommend charges for at least one Cardinals employee
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Published in 4-7-2015
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BOSTON A day after high-ranking Cardinals front office member Chris Correa was fired reportedly because he hacked into the Astros’ computer system, a report from CNN in Washington said that federal investigators had recommended charges against at least one unnamed Cardinals employee. Correa, the Cardinals’ scouting director, was fired Friday and publicly pushed back against a report in the St ...>>
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