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Astros Crawfish Boil: August 14, 2023

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MLB: Los Angeles Angels at Houston Astros Erik Williams-USA TODAY Sports

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Houston Astros

Houston Astros: Past hardships helped José Urquidy hurdle 2023 injury (

4 Astros who are playing their way out of the team’s 2024 plans (

Houston Astros’ Jose Altuve & Phillies’ Trea Turner lead Team of the Week | Flippin’ Bats (

Why MLB’s pitch clock led Astros’ Kyle Tucker to ditch barehanded hitting (

Six-Man Pitching Rotation Gives Baker, Astros Flexibility (

Astros’ Michael Brantley nearing rehab assignment (

AL West News

With playoff hopes all but dashed, Angels’ ambitious move to rally around Shohei Ohtani looks to be backfiring (

Shohei Ohtani: Angels phenom to miss his next pitching start, manager says he’s ‘tired’ (

Journeyman Catcher Quickly Proves Manager Phil Nevin Was Way Wrong (

New York Yankees and Oakland A’s fall to incredible ninth inning collapses (

Zack Gelof homers twice for A’s in four-hit performance (

Lake Tahoe cafe fires back at Oakland A’s owner (

Logan Gilbert leads Mariners into series with Royals (

Seattle Mariners almost mount comeback against the Baltimore Orioles, but almost doesn’t count (

Orioles’ Cedric Mullins robs Mariners of series win in extra innings (

Texas Rangers win wild series against San Francisco Giants as Bruce Bochy gets appreciated in return (

Rangers activate All-Star catcher Heim from injured list (

Rangers manager Bruce Bochy sees Giants reunion end on sour note (

MLB News (

All-MLB Watch: Here are the favorites for 2023

A deep dive into each team’s updated Top 30 Prospects list

Mullins robs a HR, then hits one in crazy late-game sequence

Marlins mount massive comeback in 9th to walk off Yanks

‘Back on track’: Urías K’s 12 to push Dodgers to 8th straight win

5 series to keep an eye on this week

Meet the 16-year-old at the heart of USA’s Women’s World Cup lineup

Houston Astros Birthdays

Infielder Mark Loretta (52) played 255 games for Houston in 2002, 2007 and 2008. He hit .296/.363/.393 with 10 home runs and 87 RBI.