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Astros Crawfish Boil: June 5th, 2019

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Astros News

Houston won its fifth in a row against Seattle last night, and I honestly can’t figure out how the M’s started 13-2 (Houston Chronicle)
It’s starting to look like Derek Fisher’s adjustments are finally beginning to show returns at the dish (Texas Sports Nation)
Houston has sent Corbin Martin down to AAA to work on throwing strikes, recalling lefty Reymin Guduan in his stead (Houston Chronicle)
And Framber Valdez will slide into his spot in the rotation (MLB Trade Rumors)
Here’s a full rundown of Draft Day the Second for the Astros (Astros County)
Which includes catcher CJ Stubbs at number 10, brother of current Astros catcher Garrett Stubbs (Texas Sports Nation)
Let’s have a look at how some of the Astros’ previous draft picks are working out in the minors (Houston Sportsmap)
If it feels like the Astros are giving up a lot of solo home runs this season, they are (Astros County)
Apparently Houston is so good that their win tonight will sweep the series ending tomorrow (AP News)

Around the League

It looks like there won’t be changes to netting rules this season according to Rob Manfred (ESPN)
It was just a casual, record-setting 11 runs in the 5th for the Miami Marlins yesterday (MLB.com)
UCLA walked it off to win the 2019 Women’s College World Series in exciting fashion (CUT4)
Looks like the Phils are gonna need every bit of the Jay Bruce trade as McCutchen is out for the season with an ACL tear (Bleacher Report)
Color me shocked (Shocked I tell you!) that Angel Hernandez was objectively terrible in the Yankees-Blue Jays game yesterday (Sporting News)
Breaking up a no-no with a bunt is becoming increasingly fight worthy it appears (MLB.com)