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Astros report: Change of scenery welcome after Fenway
chron.com Updated Apr 28, 2013
When the Astros arrived at Fenway Park on Thursday afternoon, they toured baseball’s oldest stadium, marveling at the 101-year-old venue that blends history with modernity better than any facility in pro sports. When the Astros left Boston on Sunday, thShare Tweet
nba.com Apr 28, 2013Kevin Durant felt strange playing without injured All-Star Russell Westbrook for the first time in Game 3 against the Houston Rockets.Share Tweet
On pace for 116 losses, where did the Astros go wrong? Or did they?The Astros don’t have the worst record in baseball, but their 7-18 start has them on track for 116 losses. That’s a mark only the cynic of cynics would have predicted. Four of the seven wins have come against Seattle, and the team is 0-for-4 against BShare TweetJohn Lackey tossed six innings of one-run ball, allowing five hits and two walks, while striking out four as the Red Sox cruised to a 6-1 win, completing a four-game sweep over Houston.Share TweetBOSTON — Yankee Stadium will feel like home to the Astros, who were swept by the Red Sox in a four-game series. Boston defeated the Astros 6-1 Sunday at Fenway Park, overcoming a first-inning deficit for the second consecutive day and outscoring their oShare Tweet
RTC: Texans, Jaguars add speedESPN.com Apr 28, 2013Reading the coverage… Houston Texans Quarterback Collin Klein is among the undrafted rookies the Texans have secured, says John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. The Texans addressed their need for speed on the final day of the draft, says Dale RobertsoShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Apr 28, 2013Collin Klein put together a stellar collegiate career as a quarterback at Kansas State, culminating in a trip to New York as a Heisman Trophy finalist last year. It wasn’t enough to get him drafted, however. Klein’s name wasn’t called during the sevShare TweetThe Oklahoma City Thunder offense both thrived and struggled mightily in the team's first game without the sidelined Russell Westbrook, jumping out to a 39-point first quarter and stagnating enough in the second half to allow the Houston Rockets back in…Share Tweet
Shake it up: Doubront rebounds to stymie AstrosMLB.com Apr 28, 2013After a first inning that was beyond shaky, Felix Doubront picked himself up, leading the Red Sox to an 8-4 victory over the Astros at Fenway Park.Share Tweetyahoo.com Apr 28, 2013Oklahoma City 104, Houston 101; Oklahoma City leads the series, 3-0 For the first half of Saturday night’s tilt, it seemed as if the Oklahoma City Thunder would have absolutely no issues moving forward without injured star guard Russell Westbrook, againShare TweetBefore the draft ended on Saturday, the Texans were calling agents about signing their clients who might go undrafted. You never know when general manager Rick Smith might uncover another Arian Foster, who went from undrafted free agent to the Pro Bowl.…Share Tweet
Astros’ problems send club into uncontrollable spinBOSTON - About four hours before the American League’s worst team played the AL East’s best Saturday, an Astros player spun manager Bo Porter’s Wheel of Fortune-like Flywheel inside the team’s tiny clubhouse. The wheel spun and spun, with psychoShare Tweet
Lackey Returns, Sox Complete SweepApr 28John Lackey pitched six strong innings in the Red Sox's 6-1 win over the Astros.