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Astros Crawfish Boil: August 2, 2016

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Your one-stop shop for Houston Astros and news from around the league for Tuesday, August 2, 2016.

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Astros News

Astros beat ex-teammate Scott Feldman for 14-inning win

Will Harris blew his third save in five chances since the All-Star break sending the Astros to extra innings where ultimately took advantage of old teammate Scott Feldman to claim a walk off win.

Correa's RBI double in 14th lifts  Astros past Blue Jays

Carlos Correa came through again with a clutch hit for the Houston Astros.

Astros, Blue Jays rack up 40 strikeouts

Combined mark in 14-inning affair just three shy of MLB record.

Aside  from two minor moves, Astros stand pat at trade deadline

A flurry of moves around baseball on Monday preceded the non-waiver trade deadline. But while the team they chase infused three significant pieces onto a first-place roster, the Astros stood pat.

Astros reel in 2 prospects for Feldman, Fields

Houston lands RHP Chavez from Jays, IF/OF Alvarez from Dodgers

Yulieski Gurriel headed for Astros' Class A affiliate

Yulieski Gurriel's next stop is California. After playing two games with the Astros' Gulf Coast League affiliate, the recently signed Cuban infielder will begin a stint with Class A Lancaster on Wednesday.


Around the MLB

Every key MLB trade completed for the 2016 trade deadline

The 2016 MLB trade deadline has passed and the rumors and trades are over. Operation #HUGWATCH is cancelled and with the exception of late announcements, all trades are complete.

The winners and losers of the 2016 MLB trade deadline

Who won the trade deadline? Who lost? We don't know yet, but here are some early guesses.

The Indians are the trade deadline's biggest story, and it's about time

The Indians don't usually make huge July deals, but they came away with the prize of this year's deadline. It  makes too much sense.

The AL West leading Rangers made some moves, maybe not the moves everyone expected, as they could have used some pitching help. Nonetheless, the Rangers went out and added Jonathan Lucroy and Jeremy Jeffres  from the Brewers, while also finding room to add Carlos Beltran from the Yankees.