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Astros Crawfish Boil: March 23, 2016

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Astros News

What more must he do? White deserves Astros' first-base job - Houston Chronicle
It's over, or at least it should be. There's no good reason Tyler White should be anywhere but first base for the Astros on opening day.

Sports Illustrated Won’t Jinx the Cubs Fully, Going With Houston Astros Instead | The Big Lead
Quite a track record.

Astros' Luke Gregerson getting closer to being ready - Houston Chronicle
It's getting close to that time.

Astros' Tyler White: Leader in first base competition? -
Astros' Tyler White: Leader in first base competition?

Correa Hits 3rd Spring Homer as Astros Beat Braves - ABC News
Correa Hits 3rd Spring Homer as Astros Beat Braves

MLB Rumor Central (Mar. 22): Astros close to rounding out bullpen? - MLB Rumor Central- ESPN
With opt-out dates for two veterans looming this weekend, the Astros could soon determine who will win the final spot in their bullpen.

MLB News

Contracts won't guarantee jobs on Dave Dombrowski's Red Sox -
Wednesday's Say Hey, Baseball includes a new Red Sox lineup philosophy, Andre Ethier's broken leg, and what President Obama's trip to Cuba means for the future of that country and its people.

The President of the United States is at a baseball game in Cuba, and that might make people's lives better -
We share baseball in common with Cubans. As we try to start normalizing our relations with Cuba, it's normal we start with baseball.

Michelle Obama is the international baseball ambassador we deserve -
Michelle Obama was less amused by her husband's shenanigans during the game than the actual game itself.

David Ortiz popped the 'old school' bubble by responding to Goose Gossage - Over the Monster
Goose Gossage shouted at a cloud, and the cloud shouted right back.

The Atlanta Braves' new food looks like a chef scraped all the trash off the counter and dumped it into a deep fryer -
A line has been crossed here. This all feels wrong.