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Astros Crawfish Boil: May 10, 2016

Your one-stop shop for Houston Astros and news from around the league for Tuesday, May 10, 2016.

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Astros News

Why you should clear your schedule to watch Carlos Correa and Francisco Lindor this week |
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Astros pay tribute to Honorary Bat Girl |
HOUSTON -- Belinda Sheldon once spent five days in a coma due to complications from breast cancer treatment, but she spent this Mother's Day surrounded by family and with her favorite baseball team. Sheldon, a Humble, Texas, resident, is the Houston-area recipient of Major League Baseball's Honorary Bat Girl program this season. She was recognized on the field prior to Sunday's game against Seattle, meeting Jake Marisnick and throwing out the first pitch to Chris Devenski.

Former Cardinals scouting director can't subpoena Astros, judge rules in hacking case | Law and order |
A federal judge turned down a request by former Cardinals scouting director Chris Correa to subpoena the Houston Astros for unspecified information.

Luhnow: Promotion to Class AAA 'imminent' for Astros prospect Joe Musgrove - Houston Chronicle
A promotion to Class AAA for Astros pitching prospect Joe Musgrove is "imminent," general manager Jeff Luhnow said Monday, so much so that the 23-year-old righthander may make his next start for Fresno.

Minute Maid Park on cusp of Astros homer No. 1,500 - Houston Chronicle
From Abreu to Zobrist, Minute Maid Park has seen plenty of home runs during its 17 seasons.

Astros' Carlos Correa and Francisco Lindor friends off the field rivals on it - Houston Chronicle
Though Carlos Correa and Francisco Lindor are both are natives of Puerto Rico and were budding stars growing up, the two didn’t actually meet until Lindor was a senior in high school and Correa was still a year away from being a No. 1 overall pick.

MLB News

Bartolo Colon can still bless this world with these remaining milestones -
Bartolo Colon hit a home run, and we'll treasure it forever. Now, what?

Blue Jays OF tries to catch a foul ball, but instead has ball bounce off his head -
He had it, he had it -- he didn't have it.

Bryce Harper runs on the field to celebrate walk-off and cuss at the umpire -
Harper made sure the umpire knew how he felt.

MLB player hits a 2-run HR, but ends up with a RBI single after base-running blunder -
Congrats on your home run, oh wait it's only a single and you're out.