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by on Apr.22, 2008, under sports

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Left-Hander Tim Byrdak was almost assured a bullpen position for Detroit but he couldn’t strike out any of the 5 Astros he faced in pre-season. He actually walked 4 of them. Now he is the answer for the Astros woes as Wandy is out for 15 days.

Tejada is getting some bad press about misleading the league about his age. He’s 33 rather than 31 and all his official papers have the correct age. The age discrepancy started back in 93. Ed Wade says the revelation has no effect on the team. Wade would like to see him play out his contract and more.

Cecil Cooper won’t get a suspension for arguing with the umpire over a bad call but he will have to face Bob Watson from the MLB rules & onfield operations. TV showed that the umpire blew the call when Geoff Blum’s drive to deep center came out of Spilborghs’ glove. Maybe we need challenge reviews like in NFL. Cooper stands by his actions and did not utter a curse word during this altercation or any other.

4-21 The Astros easily beat the Padres 10-3. Everything seemed to go their way. Tejada was 4 for 5 and Berkman brought in 3 runs with a home run in the 1st inning.

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2 Comments for this entry

  • Bill

    What a run the Astro’s have been on! All the come from behind victories. And how about Pence going 5 for 5 the other night and it only took 9 pitches. That guy is hot. Speaking of hot, did you see his girlfriend at the Ranger game. I heard she was a swimsuit model but someone else told me she was a waitress at a Houston bar?
    Just think of all the games coming up in June. Houston Astro’s Tickets are going to be a hot item. I found a good Houston Astros schedule at The Houston Astro’s verse the New York Yankes. This will be the first regular season game they ever played in Houston. I hope Andy is pitching one of the games.

  • Bill

    If you think June is going to be a big time for Astro’s tickets, mark August 17, 2008 on the calendar for a must see Houston Astros game. That is the day Craig Biggio will have his number retired. I don’t want cheap Astros tickets that day, I want to be close to home plate to see the ceremony. Craig played Houston Astros baseball about as good as anyone ever has and I want to be at that Astros game to see him get honored.

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