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Astros Crawfish Boil: May 14, 2018

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Dallas Keuchel, Evan Gattis, and Carlos Correa led the Astros to a series win against the Arlington Rangers -

Can you believe that combination?? After struggling to begin the season, Keuchel, Correa, and Gattis all put together good days at the office to earn a win for the Astros before they headed out for an important series in Anaheim.

The Astros went all out in support of the Rockets on their flight to LA - Cut4 by

After grabbing a series win against the Texas Rangers, the Astros flew out to LA in style by donning their favorite Harden, CP3, or other customized jerseys. It’s a great time to be a sports fan in Houston, Texas.

The early success of the Houston Astros rotation can be attributed to a number of factors, not just one main edge -

While the Astros certainly do not reveal any competitive advantages, multiple players have been preaching that the Astros pitching success is not only due to multiple factors, but also due to the fact that there are five very talented individuals who make up this 2018 group.

George Springer expected to return to Astros lineup tonight - Houston Chronicle

After missing the last couple games with a left elbow contusion, George Springer is likely playing tonight and leading off against the Angels.

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Robinson Cano broke a bone in his hand when hit by pitch - Seattle Times

The star second baseman for the Mariners has been ruled to be out indefinitely after getting hit by a pitch in yesterday afternoon’s game against the Detroit Tigers.

After getting swept, Dodgers post worst 40-game start since 1958 - Los Angeles Times

The injury bug has hurt the Dodgers more than most teams, but getting swept by the Reds at home is simply inexcusable.

Angels head into series with Astros riding the high of a walk-off win -

The Angels are still playing good baseball, but fortunately the Astros will avoid facing Shohei Ohtani in this upcoming three-game series.