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Marwin's Homers Not Enough As Yankees Rough Up Fister, Astros

HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) — Doug Fister had $1 million on the line when he took the mound Tuesday night.

If the right-hander lasted at least 6 2/3 innings against the Yankees, he would reach 125 innings pitched in 2016 and trigger another $1 million bonus from his one-year contract signed this past offseason. 529 more words


A's Take First Game From Astros

HOUSTON (CBS Radio) – The Athletics scored a pair of runs in the second inning and one for safety in the ninth to hang on and beat the Astros, 3-1, taking the first game of a four-game series at Minute Maid Park on Thursday night. 544 more words


3 fantasy stats to know: Marcus Stroman throwing batting practice

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One outfielder is finally cashing in on star potential. A young first baseman is knocking on the door. But a highly touted pitcher has looked more like a pitching machine. 492 more words


Gonzalez's Walk-Off Homer Propels Astros Past Cleveland In 16-Inning Marathon

Houston (CBS HOUSTON) — Doug Fister left no doubt, and then the game was in doubt for hours after he finished his outing. Marwin Gonzalez made sure the starting pitching was a footnote. 744 more words


Marwin Gonzalez, A Man Of Many Talents, Versatility, and A Fantasy Baseball Sleeper

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Meet Tyler White, the Astros' likely starting first baseman

Houston Astros 1B Tyler White appears to be the favorite to win the starting job at first base.

He’s batting .368 (14-for-38) with one home run and nine RBI during Grapefruit League play.  234 more words


The 11 biggest surprise stars of spring training

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Spring training statistics don’t by themselves predict future success, but knowing who excels in March play could tip off fantasy baseball players to the Next Big Things. 16 more words