End of Season Relay

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With the regular season coming to a close, the final battle for a wild card spot is tighter than ever before. Successfully beating the Los Angeles Angels on September 25, 2016, the Houston Astros are now only three games behind the Baltimore Orioles, who hold the second wild card. There are currently two other teams that stand between the Astros and a playoff appearance: Detroit and Seattle. While Detroit’s fate is solely in their own hands having match-ups with Cleveland and Atlanta, Houston will have a chance to knock off one of their competitors in a 3 game series with the Mariners. A hopeful sweep could exemplify their spirit going into the final series against the Angels and better their chance of making a run in the playoffs throughout October. If your TV provider happens to have the Root Sports channel, plan to tune in at 7:10 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday and at 1:10 p.m. on Wednesday to see then take on Seattle for their last home series. A couple of noticeable names to look out for: #1 SS Carlos Correa, #27 2B Jose Altuve, and #4 RF George Springer. If you’re lucky, you may get to see the Astros mascot, Orbit during the broadcast.

If you would like to find out more information on the Astros, you can go to http://houston.astros.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=hou to see their schedule, roster, and all antics available.

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Intro Post

For the Word Press assignments, I chose the Houston Astros to talk about. I felt this would be something easy for me to talk about frequently considering I am from the Houston area and grew up going to their games. Also, I play baseball and an avid baseball fan so my lingo is up to date. If you don’t keep up with professional baseball, then you may not know that they are currently closing on the regular season still trying to make the playoffs so I am sure there will be much to talk about. I hope you all enjoy what I have to say about the Houston Astros.