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Thu, 17 Oct 2013|

ESPN.com then reports that the Astros' bid for Cuban defector Jose Abreu has fallen short and that the Red Sox don't expect to sign him, meaning he's apparently headed to the White Sox.

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  1. Belt: 'We came out here and took care of business'

    good solid contact and whatever happens if that happens. I was talk about the Astros who will fix it it's labeled would you go to the series like this one of the Astros that this is a bus games. Did you have to win but it did seem like he

  2. Bochy: Taking good swings is more important than hitting homers

    Giants manager Bruce Bochy addresses the Giants power surge in which they hit two home runs en route to a 6-3 win over the Astros .

  3. A's drop ground to Rangers; D'backs beat Vogelsong

    start over at old dot com over the a's for take on the Houston Astros think Louisville. Houston scored twice in the top of the ..... keep our. Both report from the open as the a's take on the Astros once again all that much more tonight. Sports that sent

  4. A's rally to beat Sox in extras; Stanford's Appel drafted No. 1 overall

    have missed. On Thursday we begin at the Major League draft Houston Astros Stanford's mark Appel. With the first pick in this year ..... twelve with 130 strikeouts his senior year. Being chosen by the Astros is a homecoming of sorts for as a drafting system that forces

  1. Red Sox apparently lose Abreu to White Sox

    Article

    Thu, 17 Oct 2013

    ESPN.com then reports that the Astros ' bid for Cuban defector Jose Abreu has fallen short and that the Red Sox don't expect to sign him, meaning he's apparently headed to the White Sox.

  2. sacks. And one as well. And it was a subtle Rotterdam works you know people go down retirement today. Every team is with the Astros and injured or reporters yesterday. Lot of guys going and that just means. That the guys that practice every day you know

  3. The pregame show I'm the parallel to the Astros series I guess you could go a step further and say just like Houston. It was the first game to a team you think you should beat

  4. 7-run inning helps A's win game, series

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    Sun, 8 Sep 2013

    Thanks to another good start from Bartolo Colon and an offensive explosion in the third inning, the A's won Sunday's game and the four-game series versus the Astros .

  5. A's lineup: Crisp returns, Vogt catching Colon

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    Sun, 8 Sep 2013

    After getting the day off Saturday, the red-hot Coco Crisp is back in his usual leadoff spot for the series finale against the Astros .

  6. play that came from Suzuki either. In the dugout. But it was. Very similar to hopefully we had actually in Houston against the Astros and again it worked and got us out of a gym late in the game. That was mr. out too to got exactly. Last night he came that

  7. right there interest the real and I'm not gonna do things a little bit problem millions and. It just baseball's crazy the Astros have cursory look at their record you. You don't think much of that TV that you play them in the that you guys pretty good

  8. Instant Replay: A's ride Straily, long ball to 2-1 win

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    Sat, 7 Sep 2013

    Yoenis Cespedes and Jed Lowrie hit solo home runs as the A's held on to defeat the Astros 2-1 and claim a lead in the four-game series.

  9. A's lineup: Melvin gives Choice another start

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    Sat, 7 Sep 2013

    Michael Choice gets his third career start, batting eighth and playing right field as the A's look to claim the series lead against the Astros .

  10. Apparently the record going back to 1970. is finally bust out against Darvish and the Rangers another try to do the same against. The Astros . It's clearly a much different opponent with the pitching matchup Brad peacock former athletic against Sonny young phenom

  11. Astros-A's stat pack

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    Thu, 5 Sep 2013

    The A's begin a four-game series against the Houston Astros Thursday night. Get the in-depth statistics behind the series with our stat pack.

  12. Gray, A's look for repeat performance against Astros

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    Thu, 5 Sep 2013

    Sonny Gray struck out a career-high nine over eight shutout innings the last time he faced the Astros . He's out to set a similar tone in the series opener.

  13. Instant Replay: A's can't complete comeback in 3-2 loss to Astros

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    Thu, 5 Sep 2013

    The Astros scored three early runs off Sonny Gray and stopped the A's eighth-inning rally just in time to come away with a 3-2 win.

  14. Conference Call: Bills face tall task in Patriots

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    Sun, 1 Sep 2013

    Michael McCann comments on the NFL's head injury settlement, Sal Maiorana reveals what the Bills are dealing with in preparations for the Patriots and Dan Alexander explains what's going with the Astros .

  15. White Sox notes: Ramirez sits for first time this season

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    Wed, 28 Aug 2013

    Alexei Ramirez had started in all 131 games before Wednesday's matchup against the Astros , but is on the bench tonight to get some much-needed rest, said manager Robin Ventura.

  16. White Sox rally behind Danks' late hit

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    Wed, 28 Aug 2013

    Jordan Danks had a career-high three hits to lead the White Sox to a 4-3 come-from-behind victory over the Astros on Tuesday. Today the South Siders will look to take the series at 7:00 on CSN.

  17. White Sox notes: Semien, Johnson headed to Arizona Fall League

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    Tue, 27 Aug 2013

    The White Sox will send infielders Marcus Semien and Micah Johnson to the Arizona Fall League. Also, Leury Garcia will make his first start for Chicago against the Astros Tuesday night.

  18. Dunn can still hit the long ball

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    Tue, 27 Aug 2013

    For the ninth time in his career, Adam Dunn reached the 30 home run plateau after his blast in Monday's loss to the Astros .

  19. White Sox overcome early deficit but are sunk on late homers

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    Mon, 26 Aug 2013

    After coming back from a deficit that at one point reached five runs, the White Sox dropped Monday's series-opener to the Astros , 10-8, after Addison Reed allowed two ninth-inning homers.

  20. Just put it looked like the athletics were heading in the wrong direction dropping nine of their last thirteen games was able to write this And steering away was rookie Sonny gray who locked up and down Thursday afternoon to ST basic after tossing eight shutout innings to earn his first Major