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Houston
vs
Seattle
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
04/12/2019
10:10pm EST

Lines:
Houston -1.5
Seattle +1.5

Total:
Over 9 (-130)
Under 9 (+110)

Community Picks: Houston 49% vs Seattle 51%

Houston and Seattle Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Seattle
After the Mariners tacked on a run in the top of the 10th, Merrifield got one more opportunity to bat in the bottom of the inning. With two outs in the 10th, Merrifield struck out to end the game. While the end of the streak came in disappointing fashion, Merrifield still managed to set the Royals record for longest hitting streak in team history. Continue to Article
April 11, 2019 5:32:pm EST
Houston
A lawsuit being filed against the Houston Astros, claims the team's mascot, Orbit, fired a t-shirt cannon into the crowd during a game last season, breaking a woman's finger. Continue to Article
April 10, 2019 12:44:am EST
Houston
A woman has sued the Houston Astros for more than $1 million, saying that a T-shirt cannon by the team's mascot at a game last season broke her finger. The Houston Chronicle reports that Jennifer Harughty alleges that the mascot, who is named Orbit, ''shattered'' her left index finger during a game last July when a T-shirt fired from a ''bazooka style'' cannon into the stands struck her finger. The Astros said in a statement Tuesday the team is ''aware of the lawsuit with allegations regarding Orbit's T-shirt launcher. Continue to Article
April 09, 2019 7:38:pm EST
Houston
A Texas woman has sued the Houston Astros for more than $1 million, contending her left index finger was injured permanently last summer when the team mascot shot a giveaway shirt in her direction using a "T-shirt cannon." Jennifer Harughty said she was sitting behind third base last July 8 when the mascot, Orbit, launched a T-shirt at close range, resulting in a broken finger. "It was a life-changing event that I think if it happened to anybody else ... they would feel the same way," Harughty told KTRK-TV in Houston. Continue to Article
April 09, 2019 5:10:pm EST
Houston
A Texas woman has sued the Houston Astros for more than $1 million, contending her left index finger was injured permanently last summer when the team mascot shot a giveaway shirt in her direction using a "T-shirt cannon." Jennifer Harughty said she was sitting behind third base last July 8 when the mascot, Orbit, launched a T-shirt at close range, resulting in a broken finger. "It was a life-changing event that I think if it happened to anybody else ... they would feel the same way," Harughty told KTRK-TV in Houston. Continue to Article
April 09, 2019 5:10:pm EST
 
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