• Forbes: Astros one of three teams to drop in value

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Mar 26, 2014
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    • Astros paying close attention to waiver wire

      KISSIMMEE, Fla. — The Astros have to officially set their 25-man roster on Sunday, day the major league season technically starts, even though they don’t play their first game until Tuesday. In reality though, with so much movement around the league as …
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    • Astros waiting to see options before setting roster

      The Astros had yet to set their 25-man roster by Wednesday afternoon. General manager Jeff Luhnow said earlier in the week he would like to have the roster set by the time the Astros head to San Antonio on Thursday for a pair of exhibitions against the …
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    • Astros keeping options open as players move around

      KISSIMMEE, Fla. — The worst record in the American League can have its perks. The Astros have top priority claiming anyone on waivers in the American League, and they haven’t set their rotation yet — at least in part because they want to see what opport…
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  • Astros close out Grapefruit League play with win over Mets

    KISSIMMEE, Fla. — Staff leader Scott Feldman had his final tune-up ahead of opening day on Wednesday, when the Astros won their final Grapefruit League game of the year, 9-6 over the Mets. Mets starting pitcher Dillon Gee no-hit the Astros for six innin…
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