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After several years of the Astros being called the "team of the future," the future now appears to be in Houston. Their offense is among the most talented in baseball, and could finally propel them to their long-awaited World Series win.
Loaded Astros have few open roster spots | MLB.com
HOUSTON -- Prior to the start of Spring Training, we took a shot at predicting the Astros' 25-man roster for Opening Day, which is now less than three weeks away. With no major injuries and the lack of position battles in camp, not much has changed. Houston manager A.J. Hinch did say last week he would like to carry 13 pitchers (and 12 position players) on his roster to start the season, which is bad news for guys like Tyler White, Tony Kemp, A.J. Reed, Teoscar Hernandez and Colin Moran, who are trying to make the team.
In the on-deck circle of life, Craig Biggio's son now a budding pro - Houston Chronicle
Cavan Biggio thinks his dad holds it together. He remembers him as his silent fan in the stands or staid coach in the dugout.
Bob Bruce, Astros' starting pitcher in first Astrodome official game, dies - Houston Chronicle
Bob Bruce, the man who was the starting pitcher in the last game at Houston's Colt Stadium and the first official official game at the Astrodome, died Wednesday at the age of 83.
Grading each round of the Mariners vs. Athletics Twitter beef - SBNation.com
Two teams entered, both team left -- but one of them was clearly the winner.
Manny Ramirez's new contract in Japan includes 'unlimited sushi' - SBNation.com
Best contract in sports?