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Houston Astros News: October 27, 2017

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Houston Astros news and notes from around the league for Friday, October 27, 2017.

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Houston Astros News

2017 World Series -- A.J. Hinch of Houston Astros refutes report of hotel altercation
A.J. Hinch denied a report of the Astros manager's alleged involvement in an altercation at the team hotel after Game 1 of the World Series in Los Angeles.

World Series: Astros' Hinch calls report of altercation in hotel bar 'nonsense' - The Washington Post
"First off, there was no altercation,” the Houston manager said of a report from TMZ Thursday, adding that it was a “fabrication."

What Aaron Judge can learn from Astros slugger’s resilience | New York Post
HOUSTON — As a team, the Astros addressed having too many strikeouts stacked at the bottom of their lineup the past few years by adding players who make...

Carlos Correa has been winning the Houston Astros over since Day 1
In the minor leagues, winning and losing takes a back seat to the development of individual players. But that wasn't true for Correa, not even in Class A ball.

Houston Dynamo's win motivated by Astros' success - DaMarcus Beasley - ESPN FC
Houston Dynamo defender DaMarcus Beasley says watching the hometown Astros' success in the baseball playoffs spurred them through their playoff win.

Astros manager A.J. Hinch disputes reported bar altercation - Houston Chronicle
Astros manager A.J. Hinch forcefully disputed a TMZ report Thursday that he was involved in a bar altercation following the Astros' Game 1 loss to the Dodgers in the World Series on Tuesday night in Los Angeles.


MLB News

Astros AJ Hinch reportedly got in a bar fight after World Series Game 1 - SBNation.com
He says no such thing happened.

World Series schedule 2017: MLB updates start times for Dodgers-Astros - SBNation.com
Start times for the remaining games of the 2017 World Series have been updated, with the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers starting at 8:20 p.m. ET beginning with Game 3 on Minute Maid Park in Houston.

World Series 2017: Marwin Gonzalez, Kiké Hernandez highlight versatility - SBNation.com
Marwin Gonzalez for the Astros and Kiké Hernandez for the Dodgers have provided much-needed versatility for their teams, and both had moments to remember in Game 2 of the World Series.

The World Series shifts to Houston for Game 3 - SBNation.com
Friday’s Say Hey, Baseball looks at Game 3, and all of the surprising manager news from Thursday.

The worst commercials of the 2017 MLB postseason - SBNation.com
Which commercials have driven you mad this postseason? We ranked the worst five.