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Astros Crawfish Boil: July 13, 2023

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Houston Astros News

Astros GM boldly reveals trade deadline plans (

Houston Astros to Play Colorado Rockies in Mexico City in 2024 (

Dodgers and Padres to open 2024 regular season in Seoul, Mexico City series returns with Rockies and Astros (

Here’s how the Astros could get ahead of the Kyle Tucker situation (

4 reasons why the Cardinals should regret letting pitching coach Mike Maddux go (

Houston Astros go into second half as both hunters and hunted (

Penn-Trafford grad Anthony Sherwin signs with Astros (

AL West News

Padres: Perfect Shohei Ohtani trade San Diego must offer Angels (

Are Shohei Ohtani’s Angels days coming to an end? (

Angels Rumors: Mets Executive Thinks Shohei Ohtani Could Get a Billion Dollar Contract (

Region/state roundup: Oakland A’s to call up former UVA star Zack Gelof for his MLB debut (

Rob Manfred Meets With Oakland Mayor To Discuss A’s Stadium Situation (

Oakland mayor shows Manfred evidence of Howard Terminal plan (

The Mariners’ 2023 draft class, broken down by player types (

Is Seattle still a hard free-agent sell? Ravech, Sciambi talk Mariners (

Julio Rodriguez Shares Hilarious Comment On Childhood Story (

How Texas Rangers 3B Josh Jung prepares for grind of MLB’s second half (

Matt Bush returning to Rangers on minor-league pact (

Texas Ranger pitching trade targets interesting (

MLB News

MLB All-Star Game 2023: League sets another record low for ratings (

Teams with best hauls in 2023 MLB Draft (

Rob Manfred wants to be re-elected as MLB commissioner: ‘I’d like to continue to do it’ (

MLB players would like to adjust the pitch clock during playoffs, but Rob Manfred seems lukewarm (

MLB national viewership showing positive signs at midseason (

MLB says it has collected 94% of rights payments from Diamond Sports (

Houston Astros Birthdays

Robbie Wine (61) appeared in 23 games for the Astros in 1986 and 1987. He was six-for-41 at the plate and caught 106 innings behind it.

Outfielder Chris Jones (66) appeared in 31 games for the 1985 Astros, going five-for-25 with one RBI.

Joe Cannon (70) appeared in Houston’s outfield 17 times in 1977 and 1978. He went six-for-35 at the plate with two RBI.

Catcher Don Bryant (1941-2015) appeared 46 times for Houston in 1969 and 1970, going 16-for-83 with a home run.