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Astros Crawfish Boil: February 22, 2016

Spring Training is under way.

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Astros News

Astros' Preston Tucker to work out at first base - Houston Chronicle
Your cries have been heard.

Astros' Evan Gattis could eventually be in catching picture - Houston Chronicle
Evan Gattis was doing what he called light catching drills this offseason, before he suffered a sports hernia and underwent an operation that could keep him away for opening day.

Astros manager, wife open up about life in offseason
After a season with playoff surprises, the Astros are back at it in Florida for spring training. But before he went back to work, Astros manager A.J. Hinch and his wife, Erin Hinch, sat down with...

Astros' Lance McCullers waiting to throw from mound in Florida - Houston Chronicle
Sometimes, being a rising star in the big leagues means you can't go outside and pitch with your friends.

Astros' old mindset goes the way of Osceola County Stadium - Houston Chronicle
When you make the turn off Bill Beck Boulevard onto Heritage Park Way, the first sign you see, a small one off to the right side of the road, says: "Spring Training Home of the 2005 NL Champions."

Astros first base battle could last all camp |
KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- With four players primarily in the running to start at first base for the Astros this season, general manager Jeff Luhnow said Friday the battle for the starting spot will probably last until the end of camp.

MLB News

The Yankees don't want their richest fans to have to sit next to poorer fans -
What? The Yankees like people with lots of money? Who would've thought!

Rob Manfred spoke to the media on CBA topics -
Sunday's Say Hey, Baseball includes Rob Manfred getting a head start on some potential CBA topics, Yovani Gallardo finally signing a deal, and another reason to never bunt.

Yovani Gallardo reportedly gets 3-year, $35 million deal from Orioles -
Starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo has reportedly agreed to terms with the Orioles on a three-year deal.

Tony Phillips was an underrated superstar -
The former A's and Tigers great passed away this week. He was 56.