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Astros Crawfish Boil: March 2, 2016

News and notes from Astros Spring Training.

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Astros News

How the Astros use cutting-edge baseball technology to be better at baseball | For The Win
"You have to stay as advanced as possible to keep yourself in the game," says righty Lance McCullers.

Help the Astros' Collin McHugh pick his walkout music - Houston Chronicle
Houston Astros starting pitcher Collin McHugh wants some help picking his walkout music this season.

Astros prospect Tyler White working to hit high heat - Houston Chronicle
Few knew about Tyler White this time a year ago, even though he hit .290 with a .410 on-base percentage and .501 slugging percentage in 2014.

Greeneville Astros promote Kelsey Thompson, Ben Spillner | WJHL
WJHL-TV is the source for breaking local news, weather, and sports in the Tri-Cities. We ask the questions when you can't with our investigative and community watchdog reports.

Astros' Springer aims to stay healthy, productive
The Houston Astros are still waiting to get a whole season out of George Springer.

MLB News

Brewers balk at allegations that Hank the Dog is an impostor -
"Is the Tooth Fairy the next target? Santa Claus?"

Bark and Switch: Hank the Ballpark Pup is an impostor - Brew Crew Ball
Does the dog still go to heaven if you pretend he didn't die?

Yoenis Cespedes is now the proud owner of a grand champion hog -
The Mets might have an amazing team barbecue in their future.

Jim Harbaugh will be the most intense first base coach ever at 1 Tigers spring training game -
The Wolverines coach has multi-sport versatility.

Baseball is back, and you can watch it! -
Tuesday's Say Hey, Baseball includes BASEBALL GAMES, Yoenis Cespedes' new hog and potential expansion plans for MLB.

Royals sign Salvador Perez to five-year contract - Royals Review
The World Series MVP gets a new deal.