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Martinez continues hot streak, guides Astros to 3-0 win against CubsUpdated Oct 1, 2012 Share Tweet
Lucas Harrell was outstanding, finishing his season with six scoreless innings and two hits allowed. The bullpen tossed three perfect innings, combining with Harrell for a run of 18 straight outs to end the game.
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DeFrancesco to savor memories as team's skipperUpdated Oct 1, 2012 Share TweetAstros interim manager Tony DeFrancesco admitted he'll probably get a little emotional Wednesday, which will be his last game at the helm of the club. He was chosen to be the interim manager for the final 41 games, but Nationals third-base coach Bo Port…Share TweetThe Astros will reveal the team's new uniforms, logos, color schemes and mascot for the 2013 season at a launch party at 5 p.m. Nov. 2 on the field at Minute Maid Park. Admission to the party is free, but it does require an entrance voucher, which are a…Share TweetWith three games remaining as a National League team, Astros players and officials are starting to consider exactly what needs to be done before Houston takes the field as an AL club on April 2 at Minute Maid Park.
Defense still leading way for Chicago BearsOct 1The Bears' defense is aging, but it put on a dominant display in Dallas.
Los Angeles Lakers' Letter of the Day -- AOct 1Can Los Angeles Lakers' many type-A personalities coexist on the same team in 2012-13? J.A. Adande turns to Steve Jobs for some insight.
Peter King: Taking stock of the top stories in the season's first four gam…Oct 1The NFL at the quarter pole: strange days indeed. Cards and Vikings, a combined 7-1. Saints and Lions, a combined 1-7. Rookie quarterbacks Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck are plugging away, playing well, but the best rookie of the first quarter of th…
Don Banks: Victorious Vick helps Eagles finally resemble the team they wan…Oct 1PHILADELPHIA -- Say what you will about the state of Michael Vick's game so far this season. Call him turnover-prone, or injury-prone or forever prone to spark raging debates about his worthiness and suitability to be the starting quarterback in Philade…