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Alex Trebek and the fine folks at Jeopardy! trolled the Houston Astros on Monday night.
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The Houston Astros will host the Baltimore Orioles in the annual MLB Civil Rights game on May 30.
The game will be nationally televised on MLB Network. It will highlight a series of activities, including the MLB Beacon Awards luncheon, a baseball and civil rights movement roundtable discussion and youth baseball and softball games.
Commissioner Bud Selig announced the game and...
The Houston Astros lost 111 games last season. To the fans, players and front office, that is incredibly embarrassing. To others, it’s pretty funny that a professional baseball team can be that horrible. The people who write the questions for “Jeopardy” apparently see the humor in Houston’s abysmal 2013 season. Earlier this week, the Astros […]
You know you had a bad season when a game show starts to poke fun at you. This question appeared on Jeopardy on Monday night and it has to sting a little bit for Houston Astros fans. The answer? Closer or “blowout preventer.” Ouch.
The Houston Astros have been the butt of many jokes because of their inability to win, and now even an intellectually charged game show is poking a little fun at the struggling franchise.
On a recent episode of Jeopardy!, the answer to a question made reference to the year’s worst team in baseball.
Even the folks at Jeopardy go hard on the Astros. Do you know the correct response...
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It’s no secret that the questions on ‘Jeopardy!’ are purposeful statements on our culture, whether they’re meant to teach children about the hardships of life, sell products nobody wants or further Joni Mitchell-shame Taylor Swift. Monday night’s episode featured an answer featuring one of their bravest topics yet: the horribleness of the Houston Astros...