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Astros rookie's dad had the best reaction to his son's standing ovation

The Houston Astros are loaded with young talent. From Carlos Correa to George Springer to Lance McCullers, they're stacked up and down the lineup and starting rotation. On Monday, they added another young stud to the mix in 2015 No. 2 overall pick Alex Bregman.The former LSU Tiger made his debut at third base against the New York Yankees, and he was welcomed by Astros fans with an...
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MLB All-Star Snubs: Dustin Pedroia, George Springer Among Players Who Got Raw Deal

If you’re a fan of the Boston Red Sox or Chicago Cubs, chances are you’re quite pleased with the 2016 Major League Baseball All-Star rosters. The Red Sox and Cubs will combine to send a whopping 13 players to San Diego for the Midsummer Classic on July 12, with Boston starting four players for the American League and five Chicago players getting the start for the National League...
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George Springer adds this stellar catch to his highlight reel

George Springer continued to make his bid as one of the most exciting players in the MLB when the Houston Astros took on the Cincinnati Reds on Friday.The Astros rightfielder stretched out every fiber of his being to make this flying leap to catch the Reds' Adam Duvall's fly ball and end the sixth inning. This, just a couple days after the 26-year-old Springer showed off his cannon...
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June 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Watch: George Springer launches foul ball into a deep fryer

Houston Astros slugger George Springer unintentionally added a new item to the Minute Maid Park desert menu. The Astros outfielder was at the plate against the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday, when he launched a foul ball into the stands. While some balls can hit errant cars in parking lots, Springer’s foul ended up landing into a concession stand deep fryer. Even if Astros hitters...
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May 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Astros RF George Springer dresses as dinosaur, fails at playing catch

The Houston Astros decided to have a little fun ahead of their game with the Texas Rangers on Saturday. Rightfielder George Springer wanted to play a game of catch with a football, but he added an extra twist by dressing up in a giant dinosaur costume. The video was certainly a sight to behold as Springer squeezed his arms into the tiny arms of the Tyrannosaurus Rex. He was barely...
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May 22, 2016  |  Discuss

Houston Astros OF George Springer Proves That A T-Rex Would Make A Terrible Wide Receiver

If your favorite football team could suit up one dinosaur on game days, which won would you want and what position would you have him play? A T-Rex would probably be a popular choice. There are few that are as fierce as the mghty T-Rex, and his intensity alone would probaby scare the heck out of the other time.Thanks to Houston Astros outfielder george  Springer we now know the...
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May 22, 2016  |  Discuss

George Springer catches footballs while wearing a T-Rex costume

The Houston Astros are finding ways to keep things fun during a long and grueling 162-game baseball season. Before their game Saturday against the Texas Rangers, outfielder George Springer really went in a different direction. Springer wore one of those T-Rex costumes that you probably have seen more often in the past year. They’re often donned in silly viral videos of people...
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May 21, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Houston Astros’ George Springer robs home run the hard way

Robbing a home run is never a bad thing for an outfielder. The fans love you, your teammates thank you and you’re likely a sure-fire SportsCenter highlight. Such was the case for Houston Astros rightfielder George Springer, who robbed Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu of a home run in the first inning of their affair on the South Side of Chicago. Then again, it could’ve...
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May 20, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: George Springer’s strong vertical leap helps rob Jose Abreu of home run

Most everything this season has been going the way of the Chicago White Sox. And most everything has been going against the Houston Astros. But for one play on Thursday, the ‘Stros had the upper hand — thanks to some major hops from George Springer. With two outs and none on in the bottom of the first inning in Chicago, Jose Abreu sent a deep fly ball to right field ...
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May 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Red Sox Notes: Matt Barnes Bested By Ex-UConn Teammate George Springer

BOSTON — The Red Sox lost Friday night, and Matt Barnes is going to hear about it. The Red Sox’s 7-6 loss to the Houston Astros at Fenway Park wasn’t particularly debilitating — the team had won five straight entering the game and still pounded out 11 hits. But this one might leave an extra sting for Barnes. With the game knotted at 5-5 in the top of the sixth inning, the...
May 14, 2016  |  Discuss

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