Found November 03, 2012 on Sharapova's Thigh:
Not only will the Houston Astros be moving to a new division in 2013 (from the NL Central to the AL West), but they'll also be wearing new uniforms. Check them out: (Click to see larger image) My reaction is pretty "meh" to these. Not bad, not great. I think I would like the home uniforms more with one of the navy hats.  Thigh Five: @BizballMaury Get the latest Thigh updates by
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