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Astros Future Includes More Money, Danger, and Strikeouts?

Houston (CBS Houston) – The Astros are now on TV and hope to continue to spend to improve the team in the future like they did this offseason.  971 more words

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Rasmus Happy to be in Houston, Ready to Prove Worth

Houston (CBS Houston) – Relationships, opportunity, and a place to park his big trucks has led veteran outfielder Colby Rasmus to the Houston Astros. 

Rasmus was officially introduced on Tuesday where he explained the various reasons he chose to sign with the Astros. 545 more words

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Astros Sign Colby Rasmus

HOUSTON (AP) — Outfielder Colby Rasmus has agreed to an $8 million, one-year contract with the Houston Astros.

The deal was announced Tuesday, a day after Houston dealt last year’s starting center fielder, Dexter Fowler, to the Chicago Cubs. 96 more words

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Houston Astros: Top Ten Astros Story Lines Of The 2014 Season

Josh Reese
Editor

To quote Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities “it was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness”. 349 more words

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Luhnow: Settling CSN Houston Bankruptcy Case Has Helped Astros Spend This Winter

In a span of two weeks, the Houston Astros have spent a combined $53 million on free agent salaries.

This, just one month after bankruptcy court finalized CSN Houston’s reorganization plan. 290 more words

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Lowrie: "Can't Explain How Excited I Am To Be Back" For Second Stint With Astros

Jeff Lunow’s first trade as Houston Astros GM ended Jed Lowrie’s first stint as their shortstop.

Luhnow’s biggest free agent acquisition this winter has brought Lowrie back for a second. 681 more words

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Astros sign Jed Lowrie

By GRAYSON SKWERES
Staff Writer

The Astros continued their flurry of activity this week by adding free agent shortstop Jed Lowrie to the fold.

Lowrie, who the Astros traded to Oakland in 2012 for Chris Carter, Brad Peacock and Max Stassi, signed a three-year, $23M deal that has a team option for a fourth year that would push the contract to $28M. 141 more words

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