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The Sports Update: Astros rookie Carlos Correa credits his father’s sacrifices
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Published in 13-6-2015
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Astros rookie Carlos Correa talks of the sacrifices his father made to help his son’s baseball career.
Reference: www.chron.com
Astros miss Lowrie’s bat, no matter the position
Sports
Published in 13-6-2015
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On the day the new shortstop made his Minute Maid Park debut, it was clear how much the old shortstop was missed. Really, it’s been clear for some time how much the Astros could use Jed Lowrie’s bat back, whatever the position may be. “Maybe one of our key July acquisitions is getting Jed back,” general manager Jeff Luhnow said Friday. Before Lowrie injured his right thumb in April, he was ...>>
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Jose Altuve day to day with right hamstring strain
Sports
Published in 13-6-2015
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The Astros delivered an early knockout punch to Felix Hernandez, scoring eight runs in the first inning as they sent 12 men to the plate. There was only one downside to the explosive inning. The second trip for Jose Altuve, who was back in the leadoff spot Friday, took him out of the game. He was limping after grounding out to short and was pulled with a right hamstring strain. He will not play on ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Astros chase King Felix in 1st inning en route to rout of Mariners
Sports
Published in 13-6-2015
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Here’s your slump buster and eye opener rolled into one, the day we might look back on as the point the 2015 Astros took hold in the city’s consciousness. Astros fans had a right to stay away so long, but with a new shortstop that should be the talk of the town joining an upstart contender, the reconciliation between club and fan is blooming. There were 32,173 tickets sold at Minute Maid Park ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
The Sports Update: Astros rookie Carlos Correa credits his father’s sacrifices
Sports
Published in 13-6-2015
    689 Visits
Astros rookie Carlos Correa talks of the sacrifices his father made to help his son’s baseball career.
Reference: www.chron.com
Astros miss Lowrie’s bat, no matter the position
Sports
Published in 13-6-2015
    597 Visits
On the day the new shortstop made his Minute Maid Park debut, it was clear how much the old shortstop was missed. Really, it’s been clear for some time how much the Astros could use Jed Lowrie’s bat back, whatever the position may be. “Maybe one of our key July acquisitions is getting Jed back,” general manager Jeff Luhnow said Friday. Before Lowrie injured his right thumb in April, he was ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Jose Altuve day to day with right hamstring strain
Sports
Published in 13-6-2015
    967 Visits
The Astros delivered an early knockout punch to Felix Hernandez, scoring eight runs in the first inning as they sent 12 men to the plate. There was only one downside to the explosive inning. The second trip for Jose Altuve, who was back in the leadoff spot Friday, took him out of the game. He was limping after grounding out to short and was pulled with a right hamstring strain. He will not play on ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Astros chase King Felix in 1st inning en route to rout of Mariners
Sports
Published in 13-6-2015
    1132 Visits
Here’s your slump buster and eye opener rolled into one, the day we might look back on as the point the 2015 Astros took hold in the city’s consciousness. Astros fans had a right to stay away so long, but with a new shortstop that should be the talk of the town joining an upstart contender, the reconciliation between club and fan is blooming. There were 32,173 tickets sold at Minute Maid Park ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
The Sports Update: Astros rookie Carlos Correa credits his father’s sacrifices
Sports
Published in 13-6-2015
    910 Visits
Astros rookie Carlos Correa talks of the sacrifices his father made to help his son’s baseball career.
Reference: www.chron.com
Astros miss Lowrie’s bat, no matter the position
Sports
Published in 13-6-2015
    1069 Visits
On the day the new shortstop made his Minute Maid Park debut, it was clear how much the old shortstop was missed. Really, it’s been clear for some time how much the Astros could use Jed Lowrie’s bat back, whatever the position may be. “Maybe one of our key July acquisitions is getting Jed back,” general manager Jeff Luhnow said Friday. Before Lowrie injured his right thumb in April, he was ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Jose Altuve day to day with right hamstring strain
Sports
Published in 13-6-2015
    1385 Visits
The Astros delivered an early knockout punch to Felix Hernandez, scoring eight runs in the first inning as they sent 12 men to the plate. There was only one downside to the explosive inning. The second trip for Jose Altuve, who was back in the leadoff spot Friday, took him out of the game. He was limping after grounding out to short and was pulled with a right hamstring strain. He will not play on ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Astros chase King Felix in 1st inning en route to rout of Mariners
Sports
Published in 13-6-2015
    1303 Visits
Here’s your slump buster and eye opener rolled into one, the day we might look back on as the point the 2015 Astros took hold in the city’s consciousness. Astros fans had a right to stay away so long, but with a new shortstop that should be the talk of the town joining an upstart contender, the reconciliation between club and fan is blooming. There were 32,173 tickets sold at Minute Maid Park ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Outdoors report: June 6
Sports
Published in 6-6-2015
    600 Visits

Galveston - Surf anglers have found good catches along the beachfront with live bait. Freeport - Guide Mike Segall of Reel Threel Charters reported excellent action offshore for red snapper, kingfish and dolphin.

Reference: www.chron.com
Dash to host Women's World Cup viewing parties
Sports
Published in 6-6-2015
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The Dash, who will be well-represented on the Canadian and U.S. women's national teams, will hold a free viewing party Saturday for the opening match of the Women's World Cup between host Canada and China. The Dash also are represented by three players on the U.S. national team - midfielder Carli Lloyd, right back Meghan Klingenberg and midfielder Morgan Brian.

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Blue Jays get to Roberto Hernandez early, often in series-opening win over Astros
Sports
Published in 6-6-2015
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TORONTO Astros righthander Roberto Hernandez didn’t even need to turn back to watch Jose Bautista’s majestic shot to know it was gone. He flinched at the crack bat. The roar of the Rogers Centre crowd told him the rest of the story Friday night. Bautista drilled a monstrous two-run home run between the second and third decks at Rogers Centre, putting a thunderous exclamation point on the five ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com


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