Tag "Houston Astros"

MLB DFS: Tuesday Throwdown, HOU vs. COL

Time for another DraftKings Throwdown Showdown as we try to maximize lineups and fatten our bankroll. Tonight we are looking at the Houston Astros visiting the Colorado Rockies in a matchup the begins at 8:40 p.m. EDT.

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What’s Next for Josh Reddick After Signing a Minor League Deal

Monday, April 12th was a pretty busy day. There were a ton of MLB, NBA, and NHL games, while the latter had their trade deadline. There was also social news in Minnesota, which had its impact on some sporting events.

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MLB Best Hitters Of The Week

Baseball is back! It’s spring, the weather is getting warmer, except in Detroit, but baseball is here. Most importantly, there are real fans, not cardboard cutouts of your Uncle Alfred in the stands. With that, another year of the best hitters of the week. Let us look at who gets the honor in the 2021 opening weekend.

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Buck-Guys Talk: Money Talks

Baseball is finally back! It would be nice if the Cleveland baseball team got that memo. With fans finally back in the park, we finally got a first taste of the Astros being booed.

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Houston Astros 2021 Team Preview

Fresh off the stealing signs scandal, the Houston Astros were clearly not the dominant team we have come to know during the 2020 season. They finished at just 29-31 and were fortunate to sneak into the playoffs. During the postseason

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2021 Houston Astros Top 5 Prospects

It was only three years ago that the Houston Astros had a solid farm system with players like Kyle Tucker, Yordan Alvarez, and Framber Valdez. Those players have since made it to the big club. Let’s take a look at who ranks in the top 5 among the Houston Astros prospects.

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Hall of Fame Case: Billy Wagner

Billy Wagner is on the ballot for the sixth time this year. His time seems to be running out. Can he make a push for induction in the last half of his candidacy?

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Hall of Fame Case: Curt Schilling

Curt Schilling is on the Hall of Fame ballot for the ninth time this year after falling just short last year with 70 percent of the vote. It’s time to take a deeper look at his numbers as a player (which is what the voters should do) to see if he has a legitimate case.

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In Memoriam: Don Sutton (1945-2021) 

B.J. Martin remembers the legacy of Hall of Fame pitcher and MLB legend Don Sutton, who passed away on Tuesday evening.

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Former Angels Staffer Claims Gerrit Cole, Max Scherzer, and Justin Verlander Cheated

A former Angels clubhouse staffer has claimed that many star pitchers, including Gerrit Cole, have used illegal substances in the past.

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