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Astros Crawfish Boil: January 27th, 2020

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Start your morning with some of the best Astros links around

97th annual New York Baseball Writers’ Dinner Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images

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Astros News

BBWAA handed out their awards for the 2019 season this weekend, with both Verlander and Alvarez accepting (MLB.com)
Verlander talked about how technologically advanced the Astros were in his acceptance speech for the 2019 Cy Young, and it did not go over well (NBC News)
We have a new contender for Astros manager as Mark Kotsay was interviewed over the weekend (Astros.com)
The question is whether or not the Astros will go with proven manager or stick with an analytics-driven one (The Athletic, $$$)
Bobby Evans, former Giants GM, has been interviewed as a possible Luhnow replacement (Houston Chronicle)
Will all the inevitable booing coming their way take a toll on the Astros? (ESPN+, $$$)
Dallas Keuchel has issued an apology for his part in the 2017 cheating scandal (Sporting News)

Around the League

A group of Dodgers fans will travel to the Angels’ home opener just to boo at the Astros because some people enjoy spending their money on petty things (ESPN)
There was a bit of activity over the weekend starting with Ryan Zimmerman and the Nationals agreeing to a one-year deal for next season (AP News)
Trevor Story and the Rockies will skip arbitration with a 2-year, 27.5 million contract (AP News)
And Brandon Kintzler will take his services to Miami with a one-year contract (ESPN)
The Athletics are becoming increasingly optimistic about getting their new stadium built (MLB Trade Rumors)