How Far Are Philadelphia Phillies From Being A Playoff Team?
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Today is the fifth-year anniversary of Game 1 of the 2008 World Series which the Philadelphia Phillies won, making the city of Philadelphia go crazy. It brings back a lot of memories: from the rain delayed game, the parade down Broad Street, […]

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HOUSTON ASTROS





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It’s really a disturbing trend. The Houston Astros are rebuilding, as they have been for the past five years. In order to rebuild, they need to properly evaluate talent so they can be sure who is major league worthy and who […]

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The 12th Man was nowhere to be found in The Emerald City on Monday night. That is mostly because there is no Monday Night Football right now, and the Seattle Seahawks front office is busy preparing for the 2014 NFL Draft […]

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George Springer Houston Astros

The Houston Astros are well on the way to yet another ugly season as the youth movement continues to grind forward. However, a glimpse of a possible future has been provided by the long anticipated debut of top prospect George […]

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Scott Feldman

SP Scott Feldman signed with the lowly Houston Astros this past offseason and it went completely unnoticed. Feldman had moderate success prior to the deal, but it was somewhat surprising that no contender attempted to persuade the righty. It all worked […]

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It sounds kind of silly, but the Houston Astros should actually be concerned over their current burst in home runs. Even manager Bo Porter has expressed his leeriness over the Astros seemingly only being able to score via the long […]

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H. Darr Beiser - USA TODAY Sports

Something about the first base position just leaves a sour taste in all of Houston Astros nation’s mouths. From Brett Wallace to Chris Carter to Jesus Guzman and now to Jon Singleton, something just always seems to go wrong. Singleton is […]

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