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- Oct 31, 2013
There we go
2 NBA titles in the 90snot that it isn't valid but their approach isn't close to everything, that's all.
man, when's the last time Houston as a city won anything? is this the first time?
On the flip side, Tanaka gained a ton with his three dominant starts, I think two extra years at 23M from NY if he wants that (so 5/115 total). Darvish might drop enough that he'll be a good deal for someone, that will be interesting. I have always liked him, but man did he lay two duds this week.Yeah, I was just thinking about this. How far did his price fall?
Coming up small TWICE is not a good look when people were viewing you as an ace on the free agent market.
I concede.The article was written after they lost 113 games in 2013. Nit pick all you want. It's a great call .. ..who the heck cares if they were savvy enough to snag Verlander along the way...??
Stanton? Seems like an LA moveDodgers are gonna get a monster bat this winter.
Sixers really started the tanking in 2013 (https://www.basketball-reference.com/teams/PHI/) , the same year the Astros were the worst team in baseball by record.I was thinking this too, did they start before or after the Sixers? They have had Altuve and Springer for a long time also.
Houston business mogul Jim McIngvale, who owns Gallery Furniture, told ESPN he'll be giving back more than $10 million in purchases made from when he announced in May that he would rebate fans who spent more than $3,000 on mattresses and beds if the team won it all.
http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/21258617/gallery-furniture-owner-mattress-mac-jim-mcingvale-give-houston-astros-fans-10-million-rebatesHe said he paid an insurance premium of between 10 and 20 percent of the total value of what he had to pay out. In order to balance his risk out more, he placed some bets in Las Vegas on the Astros. Those bets, he said, totaled north of $1 million on the Astros to win the World Series.
Good question. If I had to guess, it would be because all of the rest of the Astros' pitchers pitched with a lead that they didn't give up. I feel like traditionally it would have gone to Peacock, but not really sure.Not that it matters, but why was Morton credited with the W with four innings of relief, when MLB wouldn't give Bumgarner the W with five innings of relief a few years ago?
Not that it matters, but why was Morton credited with the W with four innings of relief, when MLB wouldn't give Bumgarner the W with five innings of relief a few years ago?
Donutogre has bingo.In 2014, Affeldt was pitching in the game when the Giants took the lead, so he got the win. If the game was tied and then the Astros took the lead while Peacock was in the game, I'd guess it would have gone to him.