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Jeff Luhnow joins MaD Radio to talk about when and where the Astros fans should expect the team to go sign big time free agents.
Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow joins Fred, Barry and Matt in studio for an hour and 15 minutes to talk about the development of the Astros, the youth in the minor leagues and the new […]
Astros owner Jim Crane says there’s a possibility 50-year-old Roger Clemens could pitch for Houston this season.
It seems like this is a underlying theme of the 2012 Astros and the first year of the Jim Crane ownership. Wednesday, he added to the speculation that more changes could be coming to the team, in regards mostly to Minute Maid Park.
Maybe this sounds oxymoronic, or just plain moronic, but I am excited about the Astros once again. Sure, they were the worst team in the history of the franchise last year.
The parade, sponsored by the City of Houston in partnership with the Astros 2012 opening weekend festivities.
Houston Astros Owner and Chairman Jim Crane announced today that the Astros will wear replicas of their original Colt .45s jersey during the April 10 and April 20 games at Minute Maid Park.
It will be Jim Crane’s finger, not Bud Selig’s, pulling the trigger whether to use the original Colt .45s logo as part of the team’s 50th anniversary celebration this season.
This morning Smokin’ Joe and Mulligan Matt get the opportunity to talk with the Astros new owner Jim Crane. Sure they talk a little baseball but they gotta hit the links and see what kind of golfer the new guy is!
Astros owner Jim Crane joins MaD Radio. We talk about his expectations for the Astros this year and in the future.