1. Houston Astros in Need of Improvement: Week One Progress Report

    The Houston Astros have played one week of baseball this season. Therefore, here is a recap of the first week and how well different aspects of the team did...

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  2. Chicago Cubs Bear-Hand Series from Houston Astros

    Derrek Lee's bat comes up big again as the Chicago Cubs beat the Houston Astros, 3-2, to win two out of three games. The game was tied 2-2 in the bottom of the seventh inning with Oscar Villarreal pitching for the Astros...

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  3. Cubs-Astros: Chicago Takes Game in Their Paws

    The Chicago Cubs score five runs in the seventh inning and Derrek Lee was 4-for-4 with a homerun and drove in the go ahead run, in a 9-7 victory over the Houston Astros.Roy Oswalt came into the seventh inning despite feeling a tingle in his pitching arm..

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  4. Astros Two-Step Cubs

    Miguel Tejada tripled in the seventh to score the go-ahead run, and Jose Valverde got his first save to lead the Houston Astros (2-3) to a 4-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs (1-3).J...

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  5. Unlucky 7th for the Astros

    Trevor Hoffman put the blown save behind him, and pitched a perfect ninth to lead the Padres (3-1) to a 3-2 victory over the visiting Houston Astros (1-3).Hoffman only needed eight pitches to shut down the Astros...

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  6. San Diego Padres-Houston Astros: 'Stros Float on Cloud Nine

    The Houston Astros entered the ninth inning in Wednesday’s game as they did in Tuesday’s game. Trailing the Padres 6-5, they again had to face closer Trevor Hoffman, but this time there was a different result...

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  7. Houston Astros fall to San Diego Padres

    The Houston Astros did not have to face Jake Peavy in their second game, but it did not change the result. The San Diego Padres topped the Astros 2-1 Tuesday night at Petco Park...

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  8. New Lineup, Same Result for the Houston Astros

    The Houston Astros made changes in the offseason, hoping it would result in more offense. The new lineup produced a similar result to last year’s team in a 4-0 loss to the San Diego Padres Monday night in the season opener...

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  9. Houston Astros: The Time Before Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell

    The Houston Astros enter the 2008 season without Craig Biggio or Jeff Bagwell playing for them for the first time since 1987. Here is a look back at what was going on during that year:The Minnesota Twins beat the St...

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  10. Wildcats in the Cradle: Davidson Set to Shock the World

    The Davidson Wildcats enter the NCAA Tournament as an unknown to many, but this is a team that their 10th seed doesn’t tell the whole story...

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  11. Best of Times and Worst of Times for Texas Tech Red Raiders

    After Texas Tech failed to get an invite to the National Invitation Tournament (NIT), here is a reflection on the season.The Red Raiders' story could have been very different as March Madness approaches...

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  12. Oklahoma State Cowboys Rope a Win

    With the score 74-72 in favor of Oklahoma State, Byron Eaton missed the front end of a one-and-one following a Martin Zeno foul with 20.5 seconds left in the game...

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  13. Texas Tech and Oklahoma State: Different Teams, Same Story

    The Texas Tech Red Raiders and the Oklahoma State Cowboys may come from different states, and certainly their teams are very different. But they enter Thursday’s first round game of the Big 12 Tournament under similar circumstances...

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