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Astros Crawfish Boil: October 30, 2015

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Astros News

Texans, like Titans, have running back by committee
For the second time in three years, the Texans have lost star running back Arian Foster to a season-ending injury.

Trio of Astros named as Gold Glove Award finalists | Fox News
No surprise here: Jose Altuve is one of three Astros up for Gold Glove Awards.

Astros changing duties in amateur scouting - Ultimate Astros
The Astros are expanding their scouting operations with two additional regional crosscheckers.

Great October moments that we might very well forget | FOX Sports
With so many teams bowing out of the MLB postseason, moments that once seemed destined to live on in postseason lore might not make the cut now. We look back at the best moments from this October likely to be forgotten.

Correa's World Series Game 2: Paul Rudd, Negro Leagues Museum, press box adventures | Fox News
Carlos Correa's MLB 'internship' continued with a jam-packed Game 2 of the World Series.

MLB News

The Mets' season might rest on Noah Syndergaard's shoulders in Game 3 -
Friday's Say Hey, Baseball includes World Series Game 3, Alex Anthopoulos' exit from the Blue Jays and the Padres' new manager.

Royals fans are caught between the impossible and entirely possible -
The Royals can never die. The Royals have died in each of the last 30 seasons. Both things are true, and you can feel it everywhere you go in Kansas City.

So long, Alex Anthopoulos - Bluebird Banter
Alex Anthopoulos got his team two games from the World Series. Now he's gone. Baseball can be cruel.

Eleven teams have won the World Series after being down 2-0 - Amazin' Avenue
Will the next week be easy? No, but the Mets have done this before.

Bryce Harper, Mike Trout headline 2015's Gold Glove finalists -
You'll have to wait more than another week before finding out who actually won.