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Luhnow: GM meetings a good launching spot for free-agent talks

Luhnow: GM meetings a good launching spot for free-agent talks

chron.com Updated Nov 9, 2012
Luhnow does not expect Lance Berkman to land with the Astros.
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  • No. 1 pick Correa back at work in Puerto Rico

    No. 1 pick Correa back at work in Puerto Rico

    MLB.com Nov 9, 2012
    Coming off a whirlwind summer in which he was the top pick in the First-Year Player Draft, graduated from high school and made his professional baseball debut, Carlos Correa is back to work for the Astros.
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  • Can it get worse for Astros? Well, yes it can

    Can it get worse for Astros? Well, yes it can

    chron.com Nov 9, 2012
    Brian Todd is a long-time follower of the Astros' fan blog and takes a swing today at a tough question: Will it get worse before it gets better for the Astros on the road back to respectability?
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Sports Columnists

  • Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant opens the campaign for Phil Jackson - J.A.…

    Nov 9
    For Kobe, there's only one logical choice to take over in Lakerland: Phil Jackson.
  • NBA -- Los Angeles Lakers' future hinges on Jim Buss

    Nov 9
    After two failed coaching hires, the pressure is on Jim Buss to make the right choice.
  • Don Banks: Players adjusting to good, bad of Thursday night schedule

    Nov 9
    If this were a typical season in the era of the NFL Network's Thursday night football package, the addition of the extra prime time game to the league's national TV schedule only would have started last night, with the arrival of Week 10. In its earlies…
  • Peter King: Bears-Texans showdown likely to turn on a big defensive play

    Nov 9
    The Texans bat passes down -- 25 of them this season. The Bears force fumbles -- 21 of them this year. You think a defense-fest can't be fun? Watch Sunday night when the Texans (7-1) travel to Soldier Field to face the similarly 7-1 Bears.