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Astros Crawfish Boil: January 25, 2016

Is it baseball season yet?

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Astros News

Astros rumors: Houston 'exploring possibility' of signing Doug Fister - MLB Daily Dish
Houston is still hoping to find a cheap starting pitcher to add to its rotation.

Cardinals hacker tells judge 'scrawny' player's name was key to unlocking Astros' data : News
Transcript of hearing in hacking case was released Saturday.

Astros introduce new hat and jersey combination, more 'agile' Gattis at FanFest | FOX Sports
Astros introduce new hat and jersey combination,slimmer Gattis at FanFest

Former Astros broadcaster Dolan interviewed for Pirates job
Former Houston Astros broadcaster Brett Dolan interviewed with the Pirates last week for their open radio/TV job, sources confirmed to the Tribune-Review.

Astros notebook: Cy Young winner Dallas Keuchel looks forward to another postseason run - Ultimate Astros
Dallas Keuchel might not be with the Astros forever. General manager Jeff Luhnow has talked about the team’s window before. But whatever happens, Keuchel wants the Astros to push on further into the playoffs and he thinks this group can do so.

MLB News

Dexter Fowler finds himself atop the list of free agents -
Sunday morning's Say Hey includes Dexter Fowler as the best free agent remaining, the Mets' lineup looking better with Yoenis Cespedes back, and the password used to get into Houston's database.

The designated hitter is on its way to the National League -
Saturday's Say Hey includes a revival of the designated hitter debate, the fastest outfield throws of 2015, and the demise of ballpark concessions.

Mets keep Yoenis Cespedes with reported 3-year, $75 million contract -
Yoenis Cespedes was red hot for the New York Mets and helped lead them to the World Series. Now, the free agent outfielder cashed in, signing a three-year deal to return to New York.

Mike Trout, secret meteorologist, reported on Snowmageddon for the Weather Channel -
Trout might have a future as a metrologist when his playing days are over.

The only teams that aren't scared of the Cubs are in the NL Central -
The Cubs are the darlings of the preseason power rankings. Is the rest of the NL Central paying attention, or do they just not care?