The USA played Honduras in a game that saw sub zero temperature in Minnesota. The World Cup qualifier was played in freezing temperatures that plummeted to -17 degrees. It was the coldest game featuring the US in more than 20 years, although they still ran out 3-0 winners at Allianz Field. Both sets of players as well as the referee were allowed to wear warm weather equipment which included snoods and face coverings. New Arsenal goalkeeper Matt Turner, who was signed in January and will arrive in the summer, kept a clean sheet but will have endured a forgettable night in the cold. Chelsea's Christian Pulisic was among the goal scorers with Weston McKennie and Walker Zimmerman also getting in on the act.
Prizes up for grabs include autographed collectibles, Astros game tickets, and more Baseball is back and, to celebrate the Astros home opener on April 18, we’re going to be spinning the Houston Life Prize Wheel... TEN TIMES! KPRC 2 Insiders can enter for a chance to have our team spin the wheel for them as part of our special coverage of the first 2022 regular season game played at home on Monday.
With the end of the year upon us, it’s a better time than ever to look back and reflect on what the best moments of the 2021 season were. It was a tumultuous one with fans being back in the stands to voice their displeasure (and use the same tired jokes over-and-over) in regards to the Houston Astros‘ sign stealing scandal. That made the vindicating moments on the year that quieted the boos and shamed familiar foes all the better
I enjoyed this list but the Astros Tequila Sunrise uniforms are ranked waaaay too low in 15th. I get that most of the top five are old school clubs like the Dodgers, Yankees and Cubs but the Astros jerseys should rank much higher
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"James Click, a 14-year member of the Tampa Bay Rays organization, will succeed Jeff Luhnow, owner Jim Crane announced Monday. Click was most recently the Rays' vice president of baseball operations. The 42-year-old Yale graduate was a Baseball Prospectus writer before joining the Rays' front office in 2006."
Praying he can stay with the Astros for a long time
I was at the Royals Astros game this past Friday the 13th in Kansas City and this Astros player was gracious enough to autograph my baseball for me before the game. Only trouble is I'm not sure who he is. I sat above the Astros bullpen during the game and I'm pretty sure I saw him in there, but he was always wearing a jacket so his name and number were covered. Anyone who can identify him for me? Thanks.