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Super Sunday Astros Links: October 27, 2013

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Astros link including George Springer, the Astrodome, and Delino Deshields.

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Good Sunday boy and girls, how has your weekend been thus far? What have you been up this weekend? The Astros and baseball in general is in a holding pattern awaiting the result of the World Series. For the time being, here are some links for your viewing pleasure.

Bernie Pleskoff: Astros prospect Delino Deshields impresses in Arizona Fall League | astros.com: News
In this year's Arizona Fall League, Astros prospect Delino DeShields is showing why he was the club's first-round selection in the 2010 First-Year Player Draft.

Groups take efforts to save Astrodome to streets - Businessweek
HOUSTON (AP) — Like many Houston residents, Belinda Fernandez has fond childhood memories of watching baseball games at the city's iconic Astrodome, which now sits empty and faces a possible demolition.

Springer searches for self, finds MiLBY | MiLB.com News | The Official Site of Minor League Baseball
For George Springer, 2013 was something of a self-discovery quest. He found himself, winning a MiLBY and nearly reaching the 40/40 club in the process.

Astros groundskeeper Bennett honored | MiLB.com News | The Official Site of Minor League Baseball
John Bennett, the head groundskeeper of the Greeneville Astros, was named Groundskeeper of the Year in the Appalachian League. He's the sixth different Astros' groundskeeper to take the award.

Astros say they and Rockets have different needs in CSN Houston bankruptcy case - Sports Update
The Astros expanded on previous filings by accusing Comcast Corp., parent company of the NBC Sports Group that includes CSN Houston, of being the ultimate force behind the motion by Comcast subsidiaries to force CSN Houston into bankruptcy.

Why Portland, and Other Markets Begging for MLB, Will Get Bloody Knees Waiting - Forbes
There are many great cities in the U.S. that currently don't have MLB franchises and want one. Here's why they could be begging for that for years to come