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  • Houston Astros look like the real deal, but season will tell

    Houston Astros look like the real deal, but season will tell
    The Houston Astros, four days removed from an eye-opening 10-game win streak, arrived in Anaheim on Thursday sporting an American League-best 18-10 record, a five-game division lead and an intriguing roster that has fans and media members around the country wondering, “Are these guys for real?”
  • Poquoson's Crockett expected to play bigger role in Cleveland's bullpen this season

    Poquoson's Crockett expected to play bigger role in Cleveland's bullpen this season
    HOUSTON —The Cleveland Indians' coaching staff pretty much knew during spring training that left-hander Kyle Crockett was going to make the team's opening day roster. They just didn't let Crockett in on their intentions. The former Poquoson High...

    Memories of first spring training linger for Astros

    Memories of first spring training linger for Astros
    KISSIMMEE — Pat Neshek's earliest memory of spring training involved a case of mistaken identity, Torii Hunter and an unexpected gift. Neshek, who signed a two-year contract for $12.5 million with the Houston Astros in December, was a minor-...

    Astros select high school LHP Aiken first overall

    Astros select high school LHP Aiken first overall
    Becoming the first team to make the first overall pick a third consecutive year, the Houston Astros chose left-hander Brady Aiken Thursday to open the baseball draft. Aiken, from Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego, told MLB Network he models...

    Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag

    Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag
    Paul, I just don't understand this push for more night games. Anyone who has been to a nice warm summer day game and then spent the rest of the day in Wrigleyville, whether he is from Chicago or some far away city, will tell you that this is one of the...