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Astros Crawfish Boil: July 30, 2016

Your one-stop shop for Houston Astros and news from around the league for Saturday, July 30, 2016.

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Astros News

Tigers offense breaks out in rout of Astros
The Tigers stay 4 1/2 games behind the Central-leading Indians but move 1 1/2 games out of the final wild-card spot.

Tigers feast on Astros pitching in series opener - Houston Chronicle
If the Astros pull the trigger on a significant move before Monday afternoon's non-waiver trade deadline, it's likely to be a deal to bolster their rotation.

Martinez, Gonzalez share a tender moment at Tigers-Astros game | FOX Sports
The first basemen got to first base on first base.

Astros place Luis Valbuena on disabled list - Houston Chronicle
Baseball's healthiest team in 2016 will be tested by an injury to one of its most productive players.

Blue Jays fall to Astros in 10 innings | Sports |
BLUEFIELD — Fireworks had to be postponed on this night.

With ability to improve from within, Astros can be cautious about trades - Houston Chronicle
Can Dallas Keuchel be the Astros' ace again?

MLB News

The Yankees could have had Lucas Giolito for Andrew Miller -
Saturday’s Say Hey, Baseball is in shock that the Yankees allegedly turned this deal down. Plus, a 3-3-5 triple play was turned on Friday night!

The Andrew Cashner deal was the perfect preview of the MLB trade deadline -
The Padres and Marlins made a bold, unexpected trade, and it summed up how the rest of the trade deadline should go.

Ichiro plans to play baseball so long he thinks he'll be dead before he gets into the Hall of Fame -
Ichiro is the best.