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Astros Crawfish Boil: November 9, 2015

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Astros News

Astros GM Jeff Luhnow gets busy week started with groundbreaking on new spring training complex - Ultimate Astros
Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow will be among the contingent at Monday morning’s 9:30 a.m. CT groundbreaking for the Astros’ and Nationals’ spring training complex in West Palm Beach, Fla., along with owner Jim Crane and commissioner Rob Manfred.

WATCH: Astros prospect crashes through wall chasing ball in Australia -
Astros prospect, playing in Australia winter ball, falls victim to shoddy ballpark craftsmanship Down Under.

Market Notes: Wieters, Morneau, Twins, Freese, Astros - MLB Trade Rumors
Now that it’s November 7th, on the east coast at least, free agency has officially begun.

On World Series (TV) stage, Astros' Correa cuts a big figure - Houston Chronicle
Carlos Correa On World Series (TV) stage, Astros shortstop cuts a big figure NEW YORK - A few hours before Michael Conforto of the New York Mets hit a pair of home runs in Game 4 of the World Series, another rookie star left his own impression.

Houston Astros: 2016 offseason wish list
The 2015 season was very successful for the Houston Astros, as the team improved their win total by 16 games from the previous season and also made their first playoff appearance since 2005.

MLB News

Why won't anyone accept the qualifying offer? -
Sunday's Say Hey, Baseball includes the dumb qualifying offer politics, an update on Byung-ho Park and Royals players shooting Jimmy Kimmel with paintballs.

MLB free agent predictions: Where will Zack Greinke sign? -
The Dodgers' co-ace might win the Cy Young, and he might be making $30 million a year when the season starts. Who will pay him?

Jason Heyward, Zack Greinke among 20 MLB free agents to receive 2016 qualifying offer -
A full list of the major league free agents to receive a qualifying offer of one year, $15.8 million, a way to secure draft pick compensation for their old teams.