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C.C. Sabathia's free agency presumably got a lot simpler after the Yankees, who came achingly close to advancing to the World Series back in October, went out and snagged the reigning National League MVP. To absolutely no one's great surprise, Sabathia would prefer to spend his age-38 season getting run support from…... [Read More]
Following an excellent 2017 season, CC Sabathia will return to the Yankees in 2018 to pursue a World Series title, according to his agent. [Read More]
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Astros star George Springer and the Houston Children's Chorus brought holiday cheer to people displaced by Hurricane Harvey. [Read More]
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In Matt Moore's first season with the Giants, he pitched them to within an inning of a winner-take-all playoff game against the eventual World Series champs. In his second year, he statistically was the worst starter in the majors. Moore, 28, will not get a third year in San Francisco. The Giants traded him to the Texas Rangers on Friday night in their first significant move of the offseason, a case of financial addition by subtraction. ... [Read More]
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The three-time World Series champion San Francisco Giants have announced the 2018 field staff for the Richmond Flying Squirrels. [Read More]
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Before the World Series was decided, before free agency was open for business, before Shohei Ohtani picked a team, and before Giancarlo Stanton landed in New York, the Red Sox announced Alex Cora as their new manager. That was nearly two months ago, and we've learned nothing about the team since. Sure, the Sox filled in the blanks of their coaching staff, and they've made a few fringe changes to their 40-man roster. But not a single change of substance. [Read More]
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Astros star Carlos Correa cheered up kids at Texas Children's Hospital in The Woodlands on Friday, in particular a young baseball player who had to have his leg amputated during the World Series. [Read More]
As weeks go, the Astros haven't had a better once since, well, you know. This one wasn't quite as dramatic as that one. There were no bear hugs, no World Series trophy. Still, the Astros were thrilled to sign a pair of relievers to shore up the only area of their team that had them concerned. First, they got free-agent right-hander Joe Smith off the market with a two-year, $15 million deal. [Read More]
As weeks go, the Astros haven't had a better once since, well, you know. This one wasn't quite as dramatic as that one. There were no bear hugs, no World Series trophy. Still, the Astros were thrilled to sign a pair of relievers to shore up the only area of their team that had them concerned. [Read More]
In a move to further bolster their bullpen, the World Series-champion Astros on Friday agreed to terms on a two-year contract with free-agent right-hander Hector Rondon, the club announced. MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal reported the two-year deal is worth $8.5 million. [Read More]
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The following comes directly from the Richmond Flying Squirrels: RVA - The three-time World Series champion San Francisco Giants have announced the 2018 field staff for their Double-A affiliate, the Richmond Flying Squirrels. Former Major League utilityman and 2005 World Series champion Willie Harris will lead the Flying Squirrels for the 2018 season. Harris enters... [Read More]
After building the Astros into World Series champions, general manager Jeff Luhnow has been named the Houston Sports Awards' Executive of the Year. [Read More]
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Hector Rondon has a chance to win another World Series ring, albeit with another team. The former Chicago Cubs reliever agreed Friday to a two-year contract with the world champion Houston Astros. Rondon, 29, struggled last season with the Cubs and wasn't tendered a contract by the Dec. 1 deadline.... [Read More]
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Reliever Hector Rondon has agreed to an $8.5 million, two-year contract with the World Series champion Houston Astros. The 29-year-old right-hander gets $4 million next year and $4.5 million in 2019. He…... [Read More]
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Houstonians remember the Astros' World Series win, but other game-changing news happened in 2017 with the Texans, the Rockets, Texas A&M, and oh yeah, we had a Super Bowl here. Take a look back. [Read More]
In a move to further bolster their bullpen, the World Series-champion Astros agreed to terms Friday on a contract with free-agent right-hander Hector Rondon, according to sources. [Read More]
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Reliever Hector Rondon has agreed to a two-year contract with the World Series champion Houston Astros. [Read More]
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Reliever Hector Rendon has agreed to a two-year contract with the World Series champion Houston Astros. The 29-year-old right-hander spent the last five years with the Chicago Cubs, where he went 18-13 with…... [Read More]
Astros fans won't have to wait until Spring Training to get a fix of their favorite team. The 2017 World Series champs are holding Astros FanFest on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. [Read More]
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10/19/17: Enrique Hernandez drills three home runs against the Cubs at Wrigley Field, including a grand slam to lead the Dodgers to the World Series... [Read More]
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