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Houston Astros Trade LJ Hoes To Baltimore OriolesThe Houston Astros have traded outfield LJ Hoes to the Baltimore Orioles according to CBS Sports Joe Heyman.
Houston Astros Trade Jed Lowrie Back To The A's
Haterade: No More Farewell ToursPaul dishes out some hate on the Tom Brady haters and baseball farewell tours.
Dallas Keuchel Wins American League Cy Young AwardHouston Astros starting pitcher Dallas Keuchel won the American League Cy Young award on Wednesday Night. Keuchel becomes the third Astros pitcher to win the award, joining Mike Scott (1986) and Roger Clemens (2004).
AJ Hinch Loses Out To Rangers Jeff Banister For Manager Of The YearHinch finished second with eight first-place votes and 82 points. Molitor got two first-place votes and 33 points.
Carlos Correa Wins American League Rookie Of The YearCorrea, who debuted on June, 8th, hit .279 with 22 home runs and 68 RBI in 99 games for the Astros. Correa was the number one overall pick in the 2012 draft out of Puerto Rico. The 21-year-old was the youngest position player in the major leagues for the entirety of his time on the team this year, starting as a 20-year-old before turning 21 in September.
Astros Keep Big Part Of 2015 Postseason TeamColby Rasmus will have at least one more run with the Houston Astros.
Rasmus Makes History, Will Return In 2016Colby Rasmus had a decision to make. Accept the Astros $15.8 million qualifying offer or become a free agent.
Houston Astros Keuchel & Altuve Nab Gold Gloves The Houston Astros kicked off the award season with a couple of Gold Glove Awards on Tuesday Night. Second Baseman Jose Altuve snagged his first award for defensive excellence while Dallas Keuchel won his second straight as the best defensive pitcher.
2015 Astros Free Agent Wish ListWith the GM meetings starting Monday in Boca Raton, the Major League Baseball offseason is beginning to heat up.
7 Sports Things That Are As Infuriating As Starbucks "Christmas" CupsI'm tired of it. Not only is Starbucks trying to completely ruin Christmas with red cups that lack snowflakes and snowmen (the quintessential signs of Christmas) but sports teams and sports fans have been attacking the ideals of a myriad of different topics for ages and no one has gone after them about it. Well, luckily I'm commandeering the moral high horse of America for a minute to bring the plethora of issues in the sports world to the forefront. Here we go!
Royals Comeback To Take World Series In 12th Inning
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