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Astros Crawfish Boil: February 17, 2016

Is it baseball season yet?

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Astros News

Astros look to build on 2016 success, make another leap (Feb 16, 2016) | FOX Sports
HOUSTON (AP) The mindset of the Houston Astros headed to spring training is pretty simple: Last season was great, but it's over.

Astros' A.J. Hinch golfs with Dolphins head coach Adam Gase - Houston Chronicle
Dolphins and gators dominated A.J. Hinch's first full day in Florida.

In AL West, Correa's Astros are team to beat.
We are precisely 47 days away from the start of the 2016 MLB season, which means it's time to start getting serious. Every Tuesday until the beginning of the season, I'll be previewing a division and making predictions. We begin with the AL West.

Houston Astros, Evan Gattis agree to $3.3 million deal
Evan Gattis, who will miss four to six weeks after having sports hernia surgery, reached an agreement with the Astros for a one-year deal worth $3.3 million.

MLB News

The 3 most confusing teams in baseball -
The Pirates, White Sox, and Diamondbacks might make the postseason, unless they all finish below .500.

Stephen Strasburg isn't interested in an extension with the Nationals -
Tuesday's Say Hey, Baseball includes Stephen Strasburg's path to free agency, the Alex Anthopoulos saga and Johnny Cueto's birthday.

White Sox prospect accidentally rips a line drive right into his cell phone -
Tim Anderson might need a new phone before spring training.

The Orioles have zeroed in on Yovani Gallardo. What if that's not so bad after all? - Camden Chat
The Orioles look like they've zeroed in on free agent starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo. It's not a popular hypothetical signing, but what if signing Gallardo's not as bad of an idea as we think it is?