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I Demand More Video Replays

Mike Meltser complains about the lack of video replays at Minute Maid Park

SportsRadio 610–06/09/2011

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Astros, Happ Looking For Series Victory Tonight

J.A. Happ will try to help the Astros win the series tonight.


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Best Romantic Places In Houston To Propose

It might not be Paris, but the city of Houston has its fair share of romantic venues that are ideal for popping that life-changing question. Whatever your idea of the perfect proposal, you might want to keep in mind these best romantic places in Houston to propose.

CBS Houston–06/09/2011

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Astros Turn To Norris To End Losing Skid

This time last week, the Astros were coming up big in the clutch in every game it seemed, in the midst of a season-best four game winning streak. Now it seems they can’t buy a big hit to save their lives.


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Astros Preview: Bringing On The Cardinals

The Astros look to end a three-game losing skid as they open their longest homestand of the season at Minute Maid Park.


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Lyles To Make Debut Tonight

The Astros will hand the ball to their best pitching prospect tonight as Jordan Lyles makes his major league debut against the Cubs at Wrigley Field.


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The Cardiac Astros Strike In A Good Way This Time

With the 2-1 walkoff win on Wednesday afternoon against the Dodgers, that marks the fourth consecutive Astros game decided by one run. In all, that is two straight series wins and four of their last six wins.


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Towles Finally Breaks 0-32 Hitting Slump

J.R. Towles went three weeks without getting a hit.  He broke out of his 0-32 slump in a big way, rapping out three hits, including a walkoff RBI single to beat the Dodgers 2-1.  Towles’ line […]


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Astros Believe They Can Contend

Despite an NL-worst 18-30 record, they see 114 games remaining and a playoff spot still within reach.


Astros owner Jim Crane (Photo Credit: CBS Radio)

History Lesson: Before The Jim Crane Era

Without question the Jim Crane era is the most significant sports story since Bob Mc Nair was awarded the Texans franchise.