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Role with Astros is Clemens’ for taking

Role with Astros is Clemens’ for taking

chron.com Updated Jan 7, 2013
Seven-time Cy Young winner Roger Clemens is on the verge of taking an active role with the Astros.
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  • Berkman to Rangers deal complete after physical

    Berkman to Rangers deal complete after physical

    CNNSI.com Jan 7, 2013
    Lance Berkman accepted the Texas Rangers this time, and is returning to his home state to be their designated hitter in what likely will be the last stop of his career.
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  • Ex-Astros’ Biggio, Clemens approach Hall of Fame vote

    Ex-Astros’ Biggio, Clemens approach Hall of Fame vote

    chron.com Jan 7, 2013
    Craig Biggio recorded 3,060 hits for one team, is one of the premier second basemen during the last 25 years and posted a 51-double, 50-steal season in 1998.
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  • In Luhnow We Trust: The flag still flies but Astros still in cr…

    In Luhnow We Trust: The flag still flies but Astros still in crawl phase of rebuilding

    chron.com Jan 7, 2013
    As the Texans keep hope alive - as well as the focus of the Houston sports world - the Astros inch closer to spring training. In case you’re still keeping up, mark it down. Pitchers and catchers start reporting as early as February 11. The Astros op
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Sports Columnists

  • NFL mailbag -- Carryover rules impact cap strategy

    Jan 7
    The new carryover rule changes the way teams handle the salary cap. Plus: reader questions.
  • Sources -- Dallas Mavericks to ink veteran guard Mike James

    Jan 7
    The Mavericks plan to sign Mike James to a 10-day contract, sources said.
  • Dallas Mavericks ink veteran guard Mike James

    Jan 7
    The Mavericks have signed Mike James to a 10-day contract.
  • Peter King: RGIII injury closes the curtain on ugly Wild-Card Weekend

    Jan 7
    Before we examine the final Ray Day in Baltimore and the Shanahan-RGIII race to blame in Washington (and elsewhere) and what in the world got into Chip Kelly, this observation about Wild-Card Weekend: That was some lousy football. It got me to thinking …