1. The Houston Astros Are Making Strides Going Into The All-Star Break

    The Houston Astros enter the All-Star break 44-44 and are fourth in the NL Central, three and a half games back from the division leading Cardinals...

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  2. Astros-Pirates: Unlucky Seventh For Houston Against Pittsburgh

    Brian Moehler retired 11 in a row but the Pittsburgh Pirates blew the game open in the seventh; for a 6-3 victory over the Houston Astros. The Pirates (38-46) won their fourth game against the Astros, and their first in Houston this season...

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  3. Houston-Detroit: Astros Walk to a Victory Over the Tigers

    The Houston Astros overcome an early four-run deficit defeating the Detroit Tigers 5-4 with Adam Everett and Ivan Rodriguez facing their former teams. Everett returned to Minute Maid Park for the first time since 2007 when he was a Houston Astro...

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  4. Ivan Pudge Rodriguez Most games Caught

    Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez broke the Record last night for most games caught, passing Carlton Fisk with 2,227 games. Pudge played for the Rangers from 1991-2002. He played for the Marlins in 2003, winning a World Series...

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  5. Astros-Diamondbacks: Lance Berkman and Miguel Tejada's Milestones Bring Victory

    Miguel Tejada and Lance Berkman achieved milestones as the Houston Astros defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-4. Tejada got his 2,000th hit with an RBI single to left off Arizona pitcher Jon Garland...

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  6. Houston-Chicago: Blum Lifts Astros Again over the Cubbies

    The Houston Astros and Chicago Cubs engage in another pitching duel as the Astros comes out on top 2-1 in 13 innings. Geoff Blum for the second consecutive game got a walk-off hit in the bottom of the 13th with two outs...

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  7. Cubs-Astros: Houston Mauled by Cubbies

    A sign that tonight is not your pitcher’s night may be giving up six hits in the first inning. Another sign may be that eight of nine batters got to bat in the first inning. Or maybe when the opposing pitcher triples...

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  8. Astros Escape from Pirates' Clutches with Series Win

    Jeff Fulchino picked up his first career win and Humberto Quintero went 3-for-4 as the Houston Astros defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-4 in a battle of NL Central cellar dwellers...

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  9. If I Could Ask Houston Texans QB Matt Schaub Anything?

    If I were to do a feature on one of the Houston Texans I would pick quarterback Matt Schaub. Here are the questions I would ask him: --When did you get started with football? --What ...

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  10. Houston Texans Coaching Staff Came Through Denver to Get Where They Are Today

    The Houston Texans coaching staff seems to have one thing in common in their coaching background. Most of them made stops with the Denver Broncos, as either a player, a coach, or both...

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  11. New Defensive Staff, Playbook Changes For Houston Texans in 2009?

    The Houston Texans have a new defensive staff for 2009 and could have changes in their defensive playbook. Frank Bush Sr. replaces Richard Smith as defensive coordinator. Smith was fired at the end of last season after the Texans went 8-8...

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  12. Houston Texans Could Rush into the Playoffs in 2009

    The Houston Texans are looking to make their first playoff appearance in 2009. The last two seasons, the Texans missed the playoffs by a game or two finishing 8-8 in both seasons...

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  13. 1998 Denver Broncos: One of the Most Memorable Teams in History

    1998 was the best season in Denver Broncos history. The Broncos entered the season coming off their first Super Bowl victory, defeating the Green Bay Packers 31-24 in Super Bowl XXXII...

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  14. Los Angeles Lakers Blast Houston Rockets Out of Playoffs

    The Houston Rockets' offense failed to get going in the first quarter as the Los Angeles Lakers easily advanced to the Conference Finals with a 89-70 victory. The Rockets struggled mightily on offense in the first quarter, missing their first 12 shots

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  15. Rockets Have Lift-Off In Game One Vs. Lakers

    The Houston Rockets did not beat the Los Angeles Lakers during the 2008-2009 season. In their two previous playoff series against the Lakers, the Rockets did not win in Los Angeles. In this series, the Rockets were looking to change that...

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  16. Astros Bullpen and Ryan Zimmerman Spoil Brian Moehler's Return

    The Astros bullpen allows seven runs as a solid outing by Brian Moehler is wasted in the Washington Nationals 9-4 victory over the Houston Astros. Moehler (0-2) pitched for the first time since Apr...

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  17. Blast Off: Trail Blazers Ripped By Rockets In Clutch City

    Ron Artest had 27 points as the Houston Rockets outscored the Portland Trail Blazers 31-18 in the second quarter, and advanced to the second round with a 92-76 victory in Game Six...

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  18. Mile High Victory For The Denver Nuggets

    The last time the Denver Nuggets made it past the first round of the NBA Playoffs, in the 1993-1994 season, the Colorado Rockies had just completed their inaugural season...

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  19. Houston Astros Are a Train Wreck After Opening Week of the Season

    The Houston Astros are off to another slow start, as they finish the first week of the season 1-5. The Astros opened the season hosting a three-game series with the defending NL Central Champion Chicago Cubs...

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  20. Mike Singletary's 43 Points Rallies Texas Tech Past Texas A&M Aggies, 88-83

    With 18:42 left in the second half it looked like the Texas Tech Red Raiders (14-18, 3-13) season was getting closer to coming to an end, trailing 50-29 to the Texas A&M Aggies (23-9, 9-7)...

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  21. Texas Tech-Kansas: Red Raiders Tri-Fect No. 9 Jayhawks

    In 2005, the Texas Tech Red Raiders beat the Kansas Jayhawks 80-79 in double overtime. In 2007, Tech won 69-64. In 2009, the Red Raiders (13-17, 3-12) won their third consecutive home game against the No...

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  22. Pat Knight Suspended for Texas Tech's Game Vs. Texas

    The Big XII Conference suspended Texas Tech men’s basketball coach Pat Knight for one game after making comments about the officials...

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  23. Leach Still the Captain of Texas Tech Football's Crew

    Texas Tech football will not be looking for a new captain for their ship as Tech head football coach Mike Leach and Texas Tech agree to a five-year $12.7 million deal...

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  24. Texas Tech-Baylor: Red Raiders Rally Past Bears

    Last Wednesday the Texas Tech Red Raiders let a 14-point lead slip away at Oklahoma State. However, this time the Red Raiders would rally from a 10-point second half deficit to defeat the Baylor Bears 83-76 in Lubbock...

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  25. Golf Shirts Are Not Making Par For Pat Knight and The Texas Tech Red Raiders

    Earlier this season Pat Knight stopped wearing the sweater vest because he said, “it wasn’t working.” However, the golf shirts are not exactly working either...

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