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Astros Crawfish Boil: March 10, 2016

Astros News and notes from Spring Training.

Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports

Astros News

Houston Astros' Carlos Correa showing he's truly a special player
At 21, Carlos Correa already has done something that had never before been done in baseball history. Yet what he talks about isn't what he's already done. It's what he still needs to do.

Braves vs Astros final score: Atlanta falls to Houston 9-5 - Talking Chop
Julio Teheran allowed two runs in three innings for his spring training debut in a 9-5 loss by the Atlanta Braves to the Houston Astros.

Evan Gattis among Astros' options at catcher - Houston Chronicle
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Astros' Dallas Keuchel makes first start of the spring - Houston Chronicle
Dallas Keuchel, the defending American League Cy Young winner, had to wait for seven games to pass before he could make a spring start, a byproduct of how careful the Astros are being with his arm.

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Former UConn standout George Springer primed for big season with Astros
KISSIMMEE, Florida >> Apparently, American Athletic Conference basketball fever hasn’t quite gripped George Springer yet.

Astros' Jason Castro seeing results of hard work early in spring - Houston Chronicle
Jason Castro nailed the first pitch he saw from the Braves' Julio Teheran on Wednesday out to left field, a roped home run for the Astros catcher who's in his walk year and could use a rebound offensively.

MLB News

The Yankees and Braves almost made a blockbuster trade -
Thursday's Say Hey, Baseball includes a huge trade that never happened, the hubris of Ruben Amaro, Jr. and yet another thing that Mo'ne Davis is amazing at.

We need to have a talk about Jered Weaver - Halos Heaven
We need to talk about Jered Weaver, one of your favorite Angels players and all around good dude...and formerly great pitcher. That last part is the reason we need to take a seat, maybe have a cup...

The search for Tim Lincecum - MLB Daily Dish
If Tim Lincecum was playing a weird game of hide-and-seek, the Royals would have won.

Even Curt Schilling isn't sure how he still works for ESPN -
Short answer: yes.