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  1. Astrosnoun

    The team Houston Astros.

    The Astros lead the division through half the season.

  2. Astrosnoun

    A group of players of the team Houston Astros.


  1. Astros

    Astros is a town near the Argolic Gulf in the northeast Peloponnese in eastern Arcadia. Astros is the seat of North Kynouria municipality. The name of the town, built during the Greek War of Independence, is supposed to be taken from the ancient settlement Astron, mentioned in Ptolemy's Geography. Astros is accessible by the road connecting Tripoli and Argos and Tyros and Leonidio and Monemvasia to the south. Its port, Paralio Astros lies 4 km to the northeast of the inland town. Astros was the site of the Second National Assembly of the Hellenes during the Greek War of Independence, under the presidency of Petros Mavromichalis. This assembly produced the first constitution of Modern Greece. Astros has a school, a lyceum, a high school, a number of churches including one which is situated on a hilltop, banks, and a post office. There is a health clinic on the road to Leonidio. There are a number of squares, the most westerly of which contains a small amphitheater built into the hillside. Much of the land is rocky and bushy and unsuitable for cultivation, but there are some farms and groves are in low-lying areas near town.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Astros in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Astros in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

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  1. Major League Baseballs commissioners office:

    This inappropriate behavior was addressed with Mr. Springer and the Houston Astros and he has been disciplined.

  2. Milwaukee Brewers:

    Potential repercussions extend beyond any player seeking a thirst-quencher to his family, teammates, opponents and even the sports ability to continue. Part of the motivation for good behavior might be the same thing that drives most things in baseball wins and losses. The defending NL East champion Braves were rocked at the start of camp by the positive tests. Their setback underscored the new weight of the annual preseason mantra, If we can stay healthy.... I think we all recognize that the team that is hit the least hard by the virus, thats able to keep themselves healthy out there, is going to have the best chance to compete, Houston Astros James Click Click said. For a major leaguer, its counterintuitive : Avoid crowds. Teamwork can help players adopt an appropriately low-key lifestyle. I just make Christian Yelich get me everything, man.

  3. Houston Astros:

    Following the game, Houston Astros manager AJ Hinch addressed Kulpas comment. BRYCE HARPER RETURNS TO DC, RESPONDS TO BOOS WITH LONG HOMER, EPIC BAT FLIP Thats what he said, thats apparently what he meant, i mean hes in charge. Obviously, you make a scene and I guess everybody has to pay attention but well let the league sort it out.

  4. Bob Watson:

    Bob Watson has battled health issues since Bob Watson retired as a player in 1984, according to the paper. The former first baseman and outfielder has reportedly battled circulatory issues, hypertension and was successfully treated for prostate cancer. Bob Watson played 21 years in the majors with the Houston Astros, Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees. The Yankees ’ 1996 championship made Bob Watson the first African-American general manager to see Bob Watson club win a World Series. Ten months ago, the doctors told me I could have two years or 12. Well now I’ve gotten to the point where every day I ’m still here is a blessing.

  5. Houston Astros owner Jim Crane:

    I have higher standards for the city and the franchise and I'm going above and beyond MLB's penalty, we need to move forward with a clean slate and the Astros will become a stronger organization because of this today.

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