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Dodgers 'definitely didn't want Houston in our clubhouse'

Throughout the American League Division Series, the Astros will have to deal with the cramped confines of the Dodger Stadium visitors' cluhbouse, while the Athletics will have the pleasure of relaxing in the much fancier digs of the Dodgers. With the entire series being played on neutral ground, the Athletics...
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Astros follow 'vintage' José Altuve to Game 1 victory

LOS ANGELES -- It was a Saturday in mid-August, when José Altuve went into Dusty Baker’s office at Minute Maid Park and asked the manager to drop him in the batting order. “Guys don’t usually say, ‘put me down in the order,’" Baker said. “That’s a pride thing, especially if you’ve been hitting first, second or third most of your life. That was big for him to tell me that.”
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New York Post

CC Sabathia drops slew of podcast f-bombs at Astros’ Carlos Correa

Retirement hasn’t dissuaded CC Sabathia from holding a grudge against the Houston Astros for their 2017 sign-stealing scheme. The former Yankees ace offered up some verbal high heat to Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa, who mocked the team’s detractors after helping eliminate the Minnesota Twins in the wild-card round of the AL playoffs.
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ESPN

Carlos Correa throws down gauntlet on Houston Astros haters

MINNEAPOLIS -- Shaken up by a scandal before the coronavirus pandemic shrunk the season, the Houston Astros barely played well enough to reach the playoffs -- with the rest of baseball actively rooting against them. Well, they're not ready to leave yet. Carlos Correa hit a two-out, tiebreaking home run...
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Times Union

ValleyCats' long run with Astros could be over

Though they’re in upstate New York, the Tri-City ValleyCats have made it a tradition to play the song “Deep In The Heart of Texas” during the seventh-inning stretch at home games — a musical tribute to the team’s longstanding affiliation with the Houston Astros. An employee dressed as a cowboy...
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ESPN

MLB Playoffs 2020: First look at Houston Astros-Oakland Athletics ALDS

For fans outside of Houston, this MLB playoffs matchup will be a clear case of 2020's baseball villains -- the Houston Astros -- against an Oakland Athletics team with as much animosity toward them as anyone in baseball -- yes, even the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Yankees. It's also a matchup of the two teams that have dominated the top of the American League West standings in recent year.
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The Crawfish Boxes

Houston Astros: Surprising Cinderellas

Baseball. We’ve heard you loud and clear. In fact, the ringing in our ears never stops. The Astros are bad people. Very bad. They are nothing but cheaters. It’s almost all the ESPN talking-heads could squawk about for two days. We know. You hate the Astros. They are the worst human scum to ever don a baseball uniform. And if you don’t say how much you hate them as often as possible, you’re just as bad. Very very bad.
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New York Times

Twins’ Playoff Misery Continues, Courtesy of the Depleted Astros

The standings could not have broken better for the Minnesota Twins. Over and over, they have thrived in the regular season but fallen to the Yankees in the playoffs. This time, for their first-round opponent, the Twins drew the Houston Astros, the first American League playoff team with a losing record in almost 40 years.
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Houston Chronicle

Astros lackluster in loss to Diamondbacks

Life appears undetectable from the Astros, a team with sputtering superstars and few answers for this miserable month of baseball. Injuries are no longer an acceptable excuse. Neither is the quality of their opponents. Houston is playing pitiful teams and has a full complement of its most established hitters. The product remains putrid.
HOUSTON, TX

Oakland A’s send message to Houston Astros in series beating

The Oakland A’s sent a very distinct message to the Houston Astros in taking four of the five games in their series. As Alex Bregman‘s line drive came to rest in Ramon Laureano‘s glove on Thursday, the Oakland A’s had sent a message to the Houston Astros. They had taken four out of the five games in the series, firmly seizing command of the American League West.
OAKLAND, CA
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