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3:55 PM ET HOUSTON — Major League Baseball said in a statement Tuesday that the league will interview relevant parties regarding allegations published Monday night in a Sports Illustrated article. According to the report by SI’s Stephanie Apstein, during the celebration in the Houston Astros clubhouse after the team’s 6-4 win over the New York
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11:44 PM ET HOUSTON — There were moments early in the American League Championship Series when it felt like the Houston Astros were one play away from stumbling into a serious hole against the Yankees. But the final moment belonged to Jose Altuve, and the Astros are AL champions. Altuve blasted a two-run, walk-off homer
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11:18 PM ET HOUSTON — The Houston Astros issued a statement late Monday denying a Sports Illustrated report regarding the behavior of a team executive in the aftermath of the club’s pennant-clinching win in the ALCS on Saturday. According to the report, during the postgame celebration in the Houston clubhouse after the Astros’ 6-4 win
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6:08 PM ET HOUSTON — To nobody’s surprise, three-time Cy Young winner Max Scherzer is officially the Game 1 starter for the Washington Nationals. He’ll face off against Houston Astros starter Gerrit Cole, who is riding a streak of 19 consecutive winning decisions, in the first showdown between two powerhouse starting rotations. Both pitchers have
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4:11 PM ET Major League umpire Eric Cooper has died at the age of 52, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred announced in a statement on Sunday. “This is a very sad day across Major League Baseball,” Manfred said in the statement. “Eric Cooper was a highly respected umpire, a hard worker on the field and a
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9:06 AM ET The Houston Astros have been installed as the favorites over the Washington Nationals in the World Series. Caesars Sportsbook on Sunday opened the Astros as -235 favorites to beat the Nationals in the best-of-seven series. The Nationals are listed as +195 underdogs. Game 1 is Tuesday in Houston. At -235, the Astros
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3:27 AM ET Marly RiveraESPN Writer Close Marly Rivera is a writer for ESPNdeportes.com and ESPN.com. HOUSTON — One man’s heaven can be another man’s hell, as the New York Yankees might have learned in falling short once again in the American League Championship Series by losing to the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park.
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4:43 PM ET ESPN News Services The Astros will open Game 6 of the AL Championship Series with right-hander Brad Peacock on the mound Saturday night, while the New York Yankees will counter with righty Chad Green in a matchup of bullpens in Houston. The Astros lead the best-of-seven series, 3-2. Giancarlo Stanton is not
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